All the new Zanotta products, thanks to an advanced managing methodology, are designed and manufactured starting from a design culture established in over 60 years of history, from the technological resources of one of the most excellent territorial districts, using qualified artisan skills and with a great care in materials and finishes. The creations of the new designers continue one tradition started by the great masters who contributed building up Zanotta’s identity.
The small armchair Liza by Studio Lievore, Altherr and Molina
The table Santiago designed by the Austrian Frank Rettenbacher
Rettenbacher also explains: “The soft edges and the underside emphasize lightness and improve comfort to naturally invite people to gather around. It is available in two sizes (210×90 cm and 145×145 cm) to welcome up to 8 guests. The rounded off corners make particularly sense when there are children running around the home, an aspect often forgotten in furniture design.
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The table can be personally tailor-made to create a unique or contrasting effect.” Santiago has top and legs in solid Canaletto walnut, natural painted, or in natural solid oak or with an open-pore finish in black or white. The reinforcing tie-rods come in black for the Canaletto walnut or black painted oak models, in white for the white painted oak model, in burgundy or black for the natural oak model.
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The mirror Raperonzolo by the Swiss Atelier Oi
The year 2015 brings along a series of amazing restyling operations for some of the Zanotta’s design icons as well as for some of the most recently pieces, thanks to brand new colours and finishes.
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Source – Daily Design News