F.A.33 mirror - Rectangular
F.A.33 mirror - Rectangular
F.A.33 mirror - Rectangular

F.A.33 mirror - Rectangular
Gubi

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The F.A. 33 Mirror was originally designed by the legendary designer Gio Ponti in 1933 for that period’s most prominent lamp, glass and mirror manufacturer FontanaArte, which Ponti and Pietro Chiesa founded a couple of years earlier.

With its pure and light curved shape and iconic expression, the timeless F.A. 33 Mirror adds a gentle touch of elegance to any interior style. The mirror comes in two different sizes, full length and half length, making it possible to be used in any room as a classic mirror or a striking decorative design element.

In Stock: 54 x 80 (Black Brass) / 70 x 146 (Black Brass) / 70 x 146 (Polished Brass)

20 week Lead Time:  54 x 80 (Polished Brass)


  • F.A.33 mirror - Rectangular
  • F.A.33 mirror - Rectangular
  • F.A.33 mirror - Rectangular
  • F.A.33 mirror - Rectangular
  • F.A.33 mirror - Rectangular
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Gio Ponti's work in architecture and design in the 1920's designing ceramics. His extraordinary career realized the birth of modern classic design. Not only did he inspire and define it, in theory and in practice, his extensive portfolio lives on. His contributions to modern design are vast, unique and make him " the father of modern design."

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