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Architect, designer, art director, writer, poet, critic and all-round artist Gio Ponti has been the subject of numerous historical-critical literature and exhibition programmes. From the styling of everyday objects to the invention of spatial configurations for the modern home through to the realization of complex projects inserted within an urban context – such as the Pirelli skyscraper in Milan or the cathedral in Taranto – Ponti’s design was characterized by his comfort in switching scales.

Produced in collaboration with the CSAC of Parma and Gio Ponti Archives, this exhibition presents archive materials, models, photographs, books, magazine and objects that permit the discovery of a remarkable protagonist of Italian architecture who left an indelible mark on diverse continents.

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