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The armchair and monobloc sofa each appear to be formed of just one large, unbroken form, with a dip to neatly accommodate you in a secure sitting position. The Zanotta Club Sofa & Armchair by Prospero Rasulo (1010) demonstrate this with their iconic, innovative forms. When it comes to choosing an ultra-modern sofa, shape is […]
Designed by giuseppe terragni for the casa del fascio in 1934. The follia chair represents a classic & historic italian design & designer that despite negative association heavily influenced future italian designers and architects. black seat and back with 8/18 stainless steel backrest support spring. museum collections: vitra design museum – moma – v & […]
The colors armchair designed by Ilkka Suppanen Zanotta – e&y co-edition in 2004. Colors has a painted graphite steel frame supporting cushions upholstered in polyurethane/dacron with a non-removable internal nylon cover and removable external covers available in a choice of various colored fabrics or leathers. External covers and spare covers are also available in multi-colored […]
The Susanna armchair designed by Gabriele Mucchi in 1983. Susanna is constructed of a chrome-plated steel tube carrying frame and an adjustable two-position black painted steel cushion support. The upholstery is polyurethane/dacron. The cushion and armrest covers are available in a choice of fabrics or leathers in various colors. Spare covers are available in case […]
The Sant’elia armchair designed by Giuseppe Terragni in 1936. Sant’elia is constructed of a 18/8 stainless steel tubular frame with an upholstered seat and back. the covers are available in a choice of leather 95 colors. See more detail
The Brasilia lounge chair designed by Ross Lovegrove in 2003. Brasilia is constructed of a structurally hard polyurethane frame finished with an embossed scratch-resistant paint. it is available in any of the standard Zanotta colors. Good design award 2003; selection prize cdim Valencia 2004. museum collections : The Chicago Athenaeum Chicago. See more detail