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  • ZANOTTA Sacco Chair
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    ZANOTTA Sacco Chair
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    Height: 59cm Depth: 54cm. Designed by Gatti, Paolini and Teodoro in 1968. Egyptian cotton cover. Styrofoam bead filling. Made in Italy.
  • Zanotta - Throw Away Sofa
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    Zanotta - Throw Away Sofa
    The Italian tradition manufacturer Zanotta has 12 products in his collection, which have the title “Evergreen” – one of the exclusive members of this family is “Throw Away”, a series of upholstery, which was designed by the Scotish-Italian designer Willie Landels in 1965 and which is since then produced by Zanotta. Its name is today not understandable literally and hearkens that the original used foam was so cheap, that a new cover of the furniture would not be payable, and that one could throw it away and buy a new sampler. With a design-classic like that, it is advised against this action. The armchair and the sofa with the originally intended flat plastic covers became popular, before they later used other fabrics and leather as cover. Throw Away is an armchair, available as 2- and as 3-seater-sofa and convinces through its absolute timeless design. The stool of the series "Throw Away" is also available, as well as other cover fabrics and colour versions.
  • Zanotta - Cumano Side Table
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    Zanotta - Cumano Side Table
    Cumano is a space saving side table designed by Achille Castiglioni. The timeless design was inspired by the classic shape of a bistro table, took by Achille Castiglioni in 1978, then reduced to a minimum, creating an iconic design, which is exhibited in the most important design museums of the world today. The practical Cumano side table by Zanotta is made of a round-steel frame and a round table top of painted metal sheet, which is available in different colours. Something special of the Cumano side table by Achille Castiglioni is the small hole in the table top, with which the side table can be hanged at a wall – and another special thing is the ability of being folded, of course. These are the reason why the Cumano side table by Achille Castiglioni is a succeeded example for mobile design. The shape of Cumano isn’t only important for Italian’s design history – the shape refers to the special object character of Castiglioni’s designs. Cumano is much more than only a side table. When it is folded and hanged at a wall, the table becomes a sculptural wall object.
  • Zanotta - Liza Armchair
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    Zanotta - Liza Armchair
    Liza is a design by Leviore Altherr Molina for Zanotta. The chair is available in different variants upholstered or as swivel chair. Liza is a cushioned armchair with straight outlines. The rectangular seat is framed by a collar-like rest for the back and the arms, being as well the reason for the exceptional appearance of the chair. Liza reveals elegant wooden lags of massive oak or walnut from under the textile coat. The fabric cover is removable and also available made of leather. The Liza series is available with different seats and bases and suitable to be used in the living room, the office or public rooms.
  • ZANOTTA Tod Accent Table
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    ZANOTTA Tod Accent Table
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    Height: 52cm Width: 42cm Depth: 55cm. Designed by Todd Bracher in 2005. Made in Italy.
  • ZANOTTA Nuno Stool
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    ZANOTTA Nuno Stool
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    Height: 43cm Width: 62cm Depth: 38cm. Designed by Kensaku Oshiro in 2014. Seat lifts up for storage. Made in Italy.
  • Zanotta - Joy Rotating Shelf
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    Zanotta - Joy Rotating Shelf
    The exceptional rotating shelf Joy is a design by Achille Castiglioni of 1989. Joy is a re-edition of the Basello couch table, which has been designed by Castiglioni two years before. Castiglioni used a connecting element of steel and several painted wooden boards surrounding the middle tube in both cases. Joy is made of some L-shape shelving boards and a rectangular base, which are all connected with a joint-support. The shelving boards surrounding the connecting element can be adjusted individually, resulting in different silhouettes, suitable to be used for different purposes. The rotatable shelf “Joy” by Zanotta is a flexible and exceptional shelf, which can be installed in the middle of a room, close to a wall or in corners if desired.
  • Zanotta - Basello Couch Table (two-piece)
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    Zanotta - Basello Couch Table (two-piece)
    The adjustable couch table by Zanotta was designed by Achille Castiglioni in 1987. Basello is made of two pieces, connected by a steel tube. The parts of the table can change their position although they are connected by the tube, looking different and being suitable to be used for different purposes that way. Basello is a timeless and very functional design made of high class Medium-Density-Fiberboard with an anti-scratch embossed lacquer, available in black or white.
  • ZANOTTA Sella Stool
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    ZANOTTA Sella Stool
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    Height: 71cm Diameter: 33cm. Designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1957. Seat with rivet detail. Lacquered steel stand. Cast iron base. Made in Italy.
  • ZANOTTA C'era Una Volta Limited Edition Chair
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    ZANOTTA C'era Una Volta Limited Edition Chair
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    Limited edition of 9 numbered pieces. Design 9 of 40 in the La Commedia del Sacco collection. Height: 68cm Diameter: 80cm. Fringe. Highly resistant expanded polystyrene pellets.
  • ZANOTTA Mezzadro Stool
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    ZANOTTA Mezzadro Stool
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    Height: 51cm Width: 49cm Depth: 51cm. Designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1957. Lacquered set. Chromium plated steel. Wooden foot rest. Made in Italy.
  • Zanotta - Mezzadro Stool
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    Zanotta - Mezzadro Stool
    The Mezzadro Stool is a design-classic of the brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. Already in 1957 they presented the world a first prototype of their stool, which is manufactured by Zanotta since 1970. The seat of this unusual cantilever is a simple tractor seat, which was placed on a wing screw on a bent steel construction by the designer. As another pier, the construction acts as foot out of wood. Every of the parts has a carrying function and nothing on Mezzadro is unnecessary. The design is also outstanding and innovative and draws a bow to the artistic sculpture. Mezzadro reckoned with the stool Sella, for which the brothers Castiglioni converted a bicycle saddle into a seat, as most extreme design of the creative team. It is perfect and a fantasyful symbiosis of shape and function as an exemplary sample of the so-called Radical Designs, a streaming of the Italian design, which seceded itself in the 60s- and 70s- of the 20th century by the doctrine of the functionalism and the famous style - incarnated in Italy through the Bel Design. The Mezzadro Stool by Zanotta is also available in alu, orange, yellow, white and black.
  • Zanotta - Throw Away Armchair
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    Zanotta - Throw Away Armchair
    The Italian tradition manufacturer Zanotta has 12 products in his collection, which have the title “Evergreen” – one of the exclusive members of this family is “Throw Away”, a series of upholstery, which was designed by the Scottish-Italian designer Willie Landels in 1965 and which is since then produced by Zanotta. Its name is today not understandable literally and hearkens that the original used foam was so cheap, that a new cover of the furniture would not be payable, and that one could throw it away and buy a new sampler. With a design-classic like that, it is advised against this action. The armchair and the sofa with the originally intended flat plastic covers became popular, before they later used other fabrics and leather as cover. Throw Away is an armchair, available as 2- and as 3-seater-sofa and convinces through its absolute timeless design. The stool of the series "Throw Away" is also available, as well as other cover fabrics and colour versions.
  • Zanotta - Ink Side Table
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    Zanotta - Ink Side Table
    The Ink table, designed by Emilio Nanni in 2013 has something exceptional: The surface of fabric. The specialty of the side table Ink is not only the material, but also the processing of it: The table top of the Zanotta Ink table is covered with fabric, which is fixed with special resin (Rezina tessile). The fabric surface is equipped with different decors in a digital printing procedure, which is also the reason for the name Ink. Two different patterns are selectable: Stripes or rhombuses ornament the table top. Both decors are available in black or mud each one. Zanotta produces the Ink table with a top of fabric-coated and resin sealed MDF; the legs are made of lacquered steel. Beside the Ink tables with patterns, Zanotta also offers the couch and side table in simple variants (white, red or black). A total of three different sizes are available: One square edition (60 x 60 cm) with 35 cm of height, as well as two rectangular ones (60 x 160 cm with 35 or 45 cm of height.
  • Zanotta - Sacco Beanbag
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    Zanotta - Sacco Beanbag
    The traditional Italian manufacturer Zanotta has 12 products in its collection, cnamed “Evergreen” today – one of the most exclusive members of that family is the Sacco beanbag, designed by Piero Gatti, Cesare Paolini and Franco Teodoro In 1968. Sacco is a real trend-setter, since it is the first beanbag of the world! The Italian designers searched for a chair, which would perfectly adapt to the human body, when they had the idea to fill bags with polystyrene balls. These ones were already characterized by their extreme flexibility, they were weightless and functional therefore and cheap to be produced. A successful idea which fast entered the people’s lives. After 40 years the beanbag is still very popular – thereby there are many copies – some of them beautiful and some not. But the Sacco, the original, remains the winner of our hearts. The classic beanbag by Zanotta is also available as Sacco Medium und Sacco Small. Further fabrics and colour editions of the Sacco beanbag are also available!
  • Zanotta - Tod Side Table
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    Zanotta - Tod Side Table
    Please don't get scared by the name – The naming of the side table Tod by Zanotta hearkens back to the name of its designer Todd Bracher. And the noticeable table atomises instead of negative mood pure vitality. The cause is in modern design which takes borrowings at the classic tables, but creates a fresh overall impression. Matching to that, it is made of polyethylene, which can be also used for the outside. The US-American Todd Bracher works since his studies in New York prevailing in Europe. The Italian design does he understand as good as the native experts, so that his side table of 2005 fits very good in the exclusive collection of the traditional firm Zanotta. The Tod Side Table is also available in further colours!
  • Zanotta - Quaderna Desk
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    Zanotta - Quaderna Desk
    The Quaderna desk is produced after a design by the designers from Superstudio. It is part of a products series which includes checked patterns for numerous furniture pieces, kept strongly geometrical. The Designstudio Superstudio was founded in Florence in 1966 and fast became one of the most important protagonists of “Radical Design”. This radical design-approach was part of the protests movement and wanted to completely change the conservative design-surrounding instead of designing products in a specified frame. The furniture collection Quaderna out of the year 1970 is the maybe most famous design of Superstudio. The Superstudio designers chose straight forms for their Quaderna desk: The table consists of only three square-angled plywood panels that are covered with white print. This geometric construction is fulfilled by the constant checked-pattern which decorates the whole table. The exceptional design of the Quaderna series was already responsible for the Golden Medal on the International Fair M.I.Am in 1971.The furniture pieces are exposed in numerous design museums such as the Museum for Applied Arts in Cologne or the Arts Museum in Berlin today. The Quaderna collection is produced by the Italian company Zanotta. Besides the desk, also a bench and a wall table are available.
  • Zanotta - Toi Side Table
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    Zanotta - Toi Side Table
    The awarded Toi side table by Zanotta was designed in a noble, simple appearance and it is especially striking by its multiple curves and the round, removable tabletop. This one can be opened and closed by means of the storage compartment below. The storage compartment is a practical storage possibility for the iPod, remote controls, TV-magazines or other things that you like to keep near you, but not directly viewable for visitors. The Toi side table by Zanotta is available in different colours.
  • Zanotta - Calamo Desk
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    Zanotta - Calamo Desk
    The surface of bend leather is the reason why Calamo is Zanotta’s answer of the question of what makes a desk exclusive and noble. The Calamo table was designed by Gabriele Rosa in 2013. In order to focus on this specialty, the desk’s shape is reduced and clear: The surface of leather should be emphasized. Bend leather is a thick (min. 2,5 Mm), herbal tanned and only moderately fattened calfskin, which keeps its natural, anarchic appeal by means of the material thickness. Another quality of bend leather is the high resistance against external influences. To work with the Zanotta Calamo desk is pleasant and comfortable because of the warm soft leather, contrasting other desks. The tray with tilt opening of the Zanotta Calamo Is also made of leather, but completely. Zanotta offers the steel base in chrome, graphite or black lacquered.
  • Zanotta - Aster Wardrobe
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    Zanotta - Aster Wardrobe
    The wardrobe Aster has been designed by Alessandro Dubini for Zanotta in the year 2010. Aster emerged out of the desire of creating a simple and functional object with sine and original silhouettes. The wardrobe was honoured with the Good Design Award in 2010 for its exceptional appearance and the additional functionality. Aster possesses a fine structure which appeals with colours and shapes as if it was made out of rubber. The design is symmetric and the ends of the wardrobe which serve as feet below are used as hoofs on its top. The wardrobe possesses the appearance of a sculptural element when it stands in the room. That is how it can serve in corridors, entrances and offices as wardrobe, at the same time everywhere else as decoration object with practical advantages. Zanotta manufactures the Aster clothes rack out of lacquered steel. Aster is also available with four or six arms and in different colours on demand.
  • Zanotta Cavour desk by Carlo Mollino 1949
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    Zanotta Cavour desk by Carlo Mollino 1949
    Writing desk with plate glass top and natural or wenge stained oak frame. Natural or wenge (dark) stained drawers and compartment with glossy lacquered parts in black. Dimensions: W247cm (total)/ W220cm (base) x D90cm x H75cm.
  • Zanotta - Brasilia Chaiselongue
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    Zanotta - Brasilia Chaiselongue
    The Brasilia Chaiselongue has been designed by Ross Lovegrove for Zanotta in the year 2003. The comfortable lounger is visually characterized by the Lovegrove typical forms: The whole corpus of Brasilia consists of one single bent line. The stability of this spectacular construction is ensured by the used material. Zanotta manufactures the Brasilia Chaiselongue out of resistant polyurethane. The material is scratch resistant and white lacquered. The Brasilia Chaiselongue has been honoured with the Good Design Award 2003 and the Selection Prize cDIM Valencia 2004 for its swung and airy appearance, shortly after it appeared. The lounge is furthermore in the continuous collection of the Athanaeum in Chicago. The Italian manufacturer Zanotta offers the Brasilia foot stool, suiting the Chaiselongue.
  • Zanotta - Sella Stool
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    Zanotta - Sella Stool
    Without a doubt, Sella is one of the great icons of Italian design from the 20th century. The stool’s design was coined by the brothers Castiglioni, Achille and Pier Giacomo that created it in 1957. In its time the chair was evaluated radical, which is why it only entered the serial production in 1983 by the Italian premium manufacturer Zanotta. Its elegance does nearly appear bizarre regarding its seat that is a traditional racing bicycle seat. Placed on a pink lacquered steel rod and ending in a robust cast-iron foot, a composition appears that magically forms a harmonious and noble object. Sella is considered an extreme design of the creative team together with the Mezzadro stool that has a tractor seat as sitting area. With Sella, the Castiglioni brothers prove their sense for converting everyday objects into original designs. Thereby the stool stands typically for the whole Zanotta collection that displays the Italian design from the 20th century, and all of it until today.
  • Zanotta - Reale Table
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    Zanotta - Reale Table
    The Reale Table is a design-classic of the brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. It is based on a design of the year 1946 and manufactured by Zanotta. The multi-talented Mollino (who has been a successful racing driver, skier and of course designer) became famous for his dared, partly also surreal designs. One example for his fantastic is the Reale Table with its exceptional wooden frame. On the frame lies a noble crystal top with inclined, ground borders, whereby the frame is deservedly emphasized. Zantta produces Reale after an original design by Mollino. In the beginning of the 20th century, the tables were manufactured in a widely lower number. This fact and the specialty of the designs of Mollino led to immense prices on auctions today – that is how Reale was the first piece of furniture which has been paid more than one million dollars in an auction in the 20th century. Reale is also available in further editions (size, material, colour).
  • Zanotta - Adhoc Night Table
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    Zanotta - Adhoc Night Table
    The Adhoc night table is part of the Adhoc furniture series that has been designed by the Design Studio Bruno Fattorini & Partners in the year 2011 for the Italian manufacturer Zanotta. The night table consists of two elements. The large below element is opened, while the smaller surface element includes a drawer. The furniture of the Adhoc series was designed with the aim of creating a flexible furnishing series out of industrial friendly material. Inside of the series there are numerous elements available which can be combined with each other. Zanotta manufactures the Adhoc furniture out of white steel panel. They also spread an elegant industrial charm visually with their clear edges and forms. The design possibilities with Adhoc are practically unlimited. With all the robust material, the graphic design and the simple colours, the furniture suit in practically every surrounding. They are seamless and unobtrusively inserted in existing furnishings, but can also become the focus of a home. The Adhoc night table by Zanotta is also available in further editions, among others with a coloured interior.
  • Zanotta - White Shell Side Table
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    Zanotta - White Shell Side Table
    The minimalist side table White Shell was designed by Salvatore Indriolo for the Italian manufacturer Zanotta in 2011. The design reminds of an opened shell and offers deposit space inside or on top of the table. Zanotta manufactures White Shell out of Cristalplant, a polyester-resin cosmopolite material. That makes the side table extremely resistant, also standing heavy weights. White Shell can therefore not only be used as table, but also as stool. The Italian manufacturer Zanotta directed its attention to Salvatore Indriolo and his White Shell on a design competition. Indriolo participated at the “Zanotta + Cristalplant Design Contest” in the year 2010 and won. Zanotta instantly was amazed by the future-oriented designer and inserted the White Shell in its assortment.
  • Zanotta - Adhoc Wardrobe
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    Zanotta - Adhoc Wardrobe
    The Adhoc wardrobe is part of the Adhoc furniture series which has been designed by the design studio Bruno Fattori & Partners for Zanotta in the year 2011. The wardrobe consists of several elements from which some of them possess doors or drawers or are completely open. The furniture of the Adhoc series have been designed with the aim of creating a flexible furnishing series out of industry friendly material. There are numerous elements available inside of the series which can be combined with each other. Zanotta manufactures the Adhoc furniture out of soft steel panel. They also spread an elegant industrial charm apparently when they are open. The design possibilities with Adhoc are practically unlimited. The furniture suits practically every surrounding with the robust material, the graphic design and the simple colours. They are seamless and unobtrusively inserted in existing furnishings, but can also become the focus of homes. The Adhoc wardrobe from Zanotta is also available in further editions with different elements.
  • Zanotta - Nyx Bed
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    Zanotta - Nyx Bed
    The Nyx Bed was designed by Emaf Progetti in 2010 for the Italian manufacturer Zanotta. It was the aim of the designer to create a minimalist bed without unnecessary ornaments which would suit every furnishing with its clear expression. With Nyx the designers prove that less can easily be more: ”It was about to design a bed which would be suitable for both, reading and watching TV, offering the comfort of a sofa at the same time,” explained the designers of Emaf Progetti. The frame of the Nyx bed consists of lacquered steel. The frame is completed by a slatted frame out of bent beech staves. The slatted frame can be rolled and adjusted in its flexibility. The Nyx bed from Zanotta is available in a total of six sizes and in black and white.
  • Zanotta - Quaderna Bench
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    Zanotta - Quaderna Bench
    The Quaderna bench is produced after a design by the designers from Superstudio. It is part of a products series which includes checked patterns for numerous furniture pieces, kept strongly geometrical. The Designstudio Superstudio was founded in Florence in 1966 and fast became one of the most important protagonists of “Radical Design”. This radical design-approach was part of the protests movement and wanted to completely change the conservative design-surrounding instead of designing products in a specified frame. The furniture collection Quaderna out of the year 1970 is the maybe most famous design of Superstudio. The Superstudio designers chose straight forms for their Quaderna bench: The bench consists of only three square-angled plywood panels that are covered with white print. This geometric construction is fulfilled by the constant checked-pattern which decorates the whole table. The exceptional design of the Quaderna series was already responsible for the Golden Medal on the International Fair M.I.Am in 1971.The furniture pieces are exposed in numerous design museums such as the Museum for Applied Arts in Cologne or the Arts Museum in Berlin today. The Quaderna collection is produced by the Italian company Zanotta. Besides the bench, also a desk and a wall table are available.
  • Zanotta - Butterfly Sofa Table
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    Zanotta - Butterfly Sofa Table
    The side table Butterfly was designed in 2006, by the British designer Alexander Taylor for Zanotta and convinces with its elegant weightlessness. Therefore it has been honoured with the renowned Good Design Award 2006. The frame of Butterfly is made out of bent, oak wood veneered plywood. On top of it is a glass surface out of reinforced crystal glass. The original construction of the frame reminds of a group of butterflies, which is why the table is called that way. With this natural weightlessness, Butterfly does perfectly suit in the tradition-rich collection of the Italian premium manufacturer Zanotta, where design icons of the 20th century and new objects are unified. Butterfly is also available in a larger edition as well as with a wengé coloured, white or black lacquered base.
  • Zanotta - Tempo Side Table
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    Zanotta - Tempo Side Table
    The Tempo side table from Zanotta was designed by the Italian artist and designed Prospero Rasulo for Zanotta. The table with the distinctive form optically reminds of a barbell and possesses accordingly two large bowls that are connected by a rod. It can be used as a small table or as a practical depositing surface. Its characteristic form not only offers Tempo a high recognition value, but it also guarantees a secure stand. Both table bowls consist of firm polyurethane, the rod in between consists of steel with an embossing anti-scratch paint or with polished brilliant varnish. The Tempo side table from Zanotta is available in both heights and in a wide range of further colours.
  • Zanotta - Allunaggio Stool
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    Zanotta - Allunaggio Stool
    The unusual Allunaggio stool was designed by the designers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for Zanotta in 1965. The small seat lies in a wide frame on three slim feet which offer a futuristic and simultaneously down-home appearance to the stool. The Allunaggio stool has already been awarded with the Compasso d’Oro in 1981 for its spectacular design. The desired prize is only offered to the best Italian designs. The stool is furthermore exposed in numerous permanent collections of design museums all over the world today, among them are the Arts Museum in Zurich, the Centro per l’arte contemporanea Luigi Pecci in Prato and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. The Allunaggio stool’s feet are made out of steel by Zanotta. The seat possesses an aluminium alloy and is grass green lacquered. The colour fulfils the obtrusive design and makes the stool an eye-catcher in every surrounding. The distinctive feet are made out of polyethylene by Zanotta, so that the below ground remains protected from scratches.
  • Zanotta - Sgabillo Max Bill Stool
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    Zanotta - Sgabillo Max Bill Stool
    Sgabillo is the direct descendant of the famous Ulmer stool, which was designed by Max Bill 1954 for the new College in Ulm. Since money was tight, they created seats for the students. The stool has the benefit that it is easy to carry it around, even though it is very robust, and that it conduces the students as carrier for their documents. In the following years they walked with their seats through the college. The design was catered on the functionality. The rod (originally made of beech, at Zanotta of birch wood) Sgabillo confers extra stability and conduces also as handle. So it can be used as seat, side table or shelving element, but also as transport box, serving tray or table bonnet. With that the Ulmer stool or Sgabillo is a good example, that destitution sometimes makes oneself creative. Because today the stool is an absolutely design classic.
  • Zanotta - Blanco Dining Table
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    Zanotta - Blanco Dining Table
    The Blanco dining table was designed by Jacopo Zibardi for the Italian manufacturer Zanotta.The table has been presented in public in the year 2011 for the first time in the Salone Internationale del Mobile in Milan. The elegant and unobtrusive dining table spreads pleasant quietness and offers space to several people with its round table top. The table top lies on a robust socket which ensures stability and connects the table with the ground with its organic shape. The soft and compact appearance of Blanco is reinforced by the material of the white table. Zanotta manufactures the dining table out of crystal plant. This is a measure pigmented, mineral containing polyester resin and acrylic composite material and possesses numerous practical characteristics. Crystal plant is practically fire resistant, compact and pores free, hygienic, resistant as well as pleasant to be touched with its soft, natural-stone-similar surface. The material is furthermore extremely easy to care and 100% restored, this means that it can be brought back to its initial appearance with a simple cleaning product and a sponge, and it does even remove cigarette burnings. This special resistance the material is very environment-adapted. Zanotta also offers the Blanco dining table with a table top out of crystal glass.
  • Zanotta - Loto Side Table
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    Zanotta - Loto Side Table
    Loto and Ninfea is the table pair of the design-couple Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, which was designed in 2009 for Zanotta found very fast acceptance in the exclusive collection of the Italian tradition house. The tables are characterised by the functionality compared with big flexibility: Made of plastic, they are suited for the outside. The inconspicuous white conforms to every surrounding. So the two replenish the existing appointments, without requiring a major overhaul. The design of Loto is absolutely side table-common. Three-legged with a height of 45 centimetres, it is the universal weapon on the balcony or besides the couch or sofa. Of course, Loto can also be used as single couch-table. But the Nifea is much better for this use – because the surface of the 10 centimetre low three-legged offer a lot more space. Tipp: Especial beautiful are the tables, if you combine them with each other.
  • Zanotta - Ninfea Side Table
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    Zanotta - Ninfea Side Table
    Loto and Ninfea are the names of the table pair of the design-couple Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, which was designed in 2009 for Zanotta and found very fast acceptance in the exclusive collection of the Italian tradition house. The tables are characterised by the functionality compared with a big flexibility: Made of plastic, they are suited for the outside. The inconspicuous white conforms to every surrounding. So the two replenish the existing appointments, without requiring a major overhaul. The design of Loto is absolutely side table-common. Three-legged with a height of 45 centimetres, it is the universal weapon on the balcony or besides the couch or sofa. Of course, Loto can also be used as single couch-table. But the Nifea is much better for this use – because the surface of the 10 centimetre low three-legged offer a lot more space. Tipp: Especial beautiful are the tables, if you combine them with each other.
  • Zanotta - Adhoc Chest
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    Zanotta - Adhoc Chest
    The Adhoc chest is part of the Adhoc furniture series that has been designed by the Design Studio Bruno Fattorini & Partners in the year 2011 for the Italian manufacturer Zanotta. The chest consists of several elements; the 741/7 edition possesses three large drawers. The furniture of the Adhoc series was designed with the aim of creating a flexible furnishing series out of industrial friendly material. Inside of the series there are numerous elements available which can be combined with each other. Zanotta manufactures the Adhoc furniture out of white steel panel. They also spread an elegant industrial charm visually with their clear edges and forms. The design possibilities with Adhoc are practically unlimited. With all the robust material, the graphic design and the simple colours, the furniture suit in practically every surrounding. They are seamless and unobtrusively inserted in existing furnishings, but can also become the focus of a home. The Adhoc chest by Zanotta is also available in further editions, among others with open or large drawer elements.
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