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Vintage Italian Gio Ponti Wicker Chair c.1950

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H: 120cm W: 95.5cm D: 82.5cm Seat Height: 41cm

A vintage Italian wicker armchair designed by the famous Italian architect and designer Gio Ponti, who was known for his innovative and avant-garde approach to furniture design. This chair is made completely of wicker which gives it a natural and organic feel. The wicker is woven into a distinctive and stylish pattern that is characteristic of Ponti's work.

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Designer Spotlight | Gio Ponti

Gio Ponti was an Italian designer and architect born in 1891. In his early life Ponti aspired to be an artist and went on to study Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan where he later taught as a professor from 1936 to 1961. After Graduating Ponti opened a studio with fellow architect Emilio Lancia in 1927. Ponti was a conceptualist who throughout his work tied together architecture and interior design creating cohesive and magical spaces stamped with his individual brand of modernism.

Ponti’s many achievements include founding Domus magazine, becoming the artistic director of Fontana Arte, and designing over 250 structures, pieces of furniture, lighting, machines, lamps, ceramics, textiles, tiles and glassware.

Image: Gio Ponti