Strikingly contrasting marble creates a floor pattern that’s not the typical boarder and works well with the asymmetrical layout in the space.
GIO PONTI, Interior from the Rector´s Study, University of Padova, Italy (c.1942). / Abitare
if you must have a mirrored wall...
Hotel Parco dei Principi di Roma Italy (1961-64) | Gio Ponti
Brent Wadden at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York | ARTnews ~ Wadden’s labor-intensive process involves working handwoven fibers, yarn, wool, cotton, and acrylic on a floor loom to create abstract geometric paintings.