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Gio Ponti

Three Door Cabinet, ca. 1950

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37 1/2 × 71 × 18 in
95.3 × 180.3 × 45.7 cm
Sold
location
New York
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Donzella LTD
New York
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Mahogany cabinet raised on tapering legs. Three knife-edge doors, set into a beveled frame so the …

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Mahogany cabinet raised on tapering legs. Three knife-edge doors, set into a beveled frame so the doors appear to float. Interior drawers and open shelves. This cabinet was studio-made in Italy and marketed here in the states through M. Singer & Sons. *Second matching cabinet available.

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M. Singer & Sons
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Donzella LTD.
Gio Ponti
Italian, 1891–1979
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It takes a native son to build something as iconic as the Pirelli Tower, Gio Ponti’s 1960 …

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It takes a native son to build something as iconic as the Pirelli Tower, Gio Ponti’s 1960 masterpiece that soars over Milan. In 1928, the prolific architect and designer founded Domus, the influential design magazine to which he would contribute for the rest of his life. Along with building projects like the elegant …

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Donzella LTD
New York
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Mahogany cabinet raised on tapering legs. Three knife-edge doors, set into a beveled frame so the …

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Mahogany cabinet raised on tapering legs. Three knife-edge doors, set into a beveled frame so the doors appear to float. Interior drawers and open shelves. This cabinet was studio-made in Italy and marketed here in the states through M. Singer & Sons. *Second matching cabinet available.

Manufacturer
M. Singer & Sons
Image rights
Donzella LTD.
Gio Ponti
Italian, 1891–1979
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It takes a native son to build something as iconic as the Pirelli Tower, Gio Ponti’s 1960 …

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It takes a native son to build something as iconic as the Pirelli Tower, Gio Ponti’s 1960 masterpiece that soars over Milan. In 1928, the prolific architect and designer founded Domus, the influential design magazine to which he would contribute for the rest of his life. Along with building projects like the elegant …

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Gio Ponti

Three Door Cabinet, ca. 1950

Wood
37 1/2 × 71 × 18 in
95.3 × 180.3 × 45.7 cm
Sold
location
New York
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