Alongside Gio Ponti and Ettore Sottsass, Carlo Mollino (Turin, 1905 - Turin, 1973) is the Italian designer of the 20th century currently most followed by collectors on a world scale. After a first phase dedicated to architecture, the discipline in which he graduated in 1931 at the Polytechnic of Turin, in the 40s Mollino started to create interior and furniture projects, made unique by the fact they were largely created in limited editions or intended for private clients, therefore tailor-made, as in the case of Mollino's most published interior projects in Turin, including the Minola house, the Orengo house or the Dancing Lutrario. Out of the schemes and not comparable to defined currents, in general, the furniture signed by Mollino combines the use of cold-bent plywood with an organic and supple line that recalls Art Nouveau with hints of Surrealism. Secondly, it is Mollino's versatility that makes his figure as a unique designer fascinating, spanning from furniture to architecture, motoring and skiing to aviation, in an inseparable combination of personal passions and work. Among the most important architectural projects signed by Mollino, stand out the ones made in the mountains, such as the Casa del Sole in Cervinia or the sledge lift in Sauze d'Oulx; in Turin, the Chamber of Commerce and the Teatro Regio.