November 05, 2021Theodora + Movie Featuring texts by Lisa Licitra Ponti and an extensive biographical essay by Stefano Casciani, this book presents architecture as a performing object, a “self-illuminating” stage for Ponti’s humanistic art de vivre and boundless creativity. The collection, to which new elements are added every year, includes furniture designed by Gio Ponti between 1935 and the 1950s, such as the D. 235.1/2 chair for the first Palazzo Montecatini in Milan, the D.154.2 armchair for Villa Planchart in Caracas, and the D.555.2 small table produced in a limited series for Singer & Sons. A progressively numbered certificate of authenticity issued by the Gio Ponti Archives identifies each item produced. DISCOVER MORE The concept of the installation invites you to go on a journey to imagine, dream and reflect. The installation promotes a message of hope leading us to reconnect and interact for new experiences together again. With the mark of restarting. About the installation Amare Gio Ponti On the occasion of Gio Ponti 130th birthday anniversary, we are offering for a limited time the exclusive chance to view the documentary ‘AMARE GIO PONTI’, a unique film highlighting the maestro’s life and work. Sign up now for your exclusive screening. SING UP NOW View It is with this message of hope that the Molteni Group wishes to support the Theodora Onlus Foundation's mission, which has been guaranteeing visits from its Doctor of Dreams since 1995 to children facing the ordeal of a long and difficult hospital stay. Round D.154.5 for Theodora Onlus Foundation Limited edition Following the success of the Flight D.154.5 installation presented at the Supersalone and curated by Ron Gilad, the Molteni Group is proud to announce that the Round D.154.5 seats, produced and numbered exclusively for the occasion like those on an aeroplane, will be offered for sale to online customers and half of the proceeds will be donated to Theodora Onlus Foundation.