Complete artwork including big game
by Anneke Bokern | February 24, 2009
In 1953 a new commission landed on Gio Ponti's desk in Milan. Anala and Armando Planchart, a couple from Caracas, asked the Italian architect and designer to design a house for them. The Plancharts only knew his name from the magazine Domus which they had read for many years, and Ponti, who had just had an unpleasant experience with an Argentine client, was in no mood to take on a new assignment in South America. He did not even know exactly in which country Caracas was located.

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  1. Jesus Cordeiro

    Bel this is an Intemporal home, love it!

  2. pink cupcake vintage

    oh my goodness! this is amazing!


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