The workaholic life of Gio Ponti

Italian architect and designer Gio Ponti, who is celebrated in an exhibition at the Design Museum this month, was a workaholic. His day typically began at 5am with some letter writing – between 20 and 30 a day – and ended after dinner, when he sketched. He spent these days ...

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