Gio Ponti mirrors

With various new products from Gubi showcased at this year’s IMM Cologne, some of the most notable have to be the beautiful Gio Ponti-designed mirrors. The circular Randaccio was originally conceived to be placed in the visionary’s apartment in Via Randaccio, Milan, while the rectangular F.A. 33 was originally designed for light manufacturer FontanaArte, which Ponti founded with Pietro Chiesa a few years earlier.  The timeless mirror expresses a pure light, curved shape and iconic expression while both mirrors add an understated elegance to any interior.

Available locally from Cult.

Cult

73 The Strand
Parnell
Auckland

09 379 4466

www.cultdesign.co.nz

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