Rectangular top supported by two side panels forming a bridge structure. The top is reinforced with aluminum bars to ensure stability and flatness. The desk stands out for its retractable pull-out drawer.
Zanotta has reissued the famous cocoon armchair with three overlapping cushions, designed in 1984 by the De Pas D'Urbino Lomazzi trio, updating its shape and materials.
The focus of the design lies in the structural base, which is conceived as a module to be used individually or in multiple compositions with two asymmetrical legs.
Daisy is the result of a reinterpretation of existing chairs to offer the market a more contemporary and versatile textile chair that is comfortable and capable of keeping a person seated for a lon
The design focuses on the base conceived as one module to be used single or multiplied to create composition with two asymmetrical legs.
Convertible, cosy and dynamic: Galeotta is an armchair with folding cushions that opens, stretches and becomes a chaise longue.
Bumper is a sofa inspired by the shape of a car bumper, drawing a sculptural volu-me and ergonomic shapes that are completely without corners.
The Nena family expands with the arrival of the new Nena Lounge armchair for residential and HoReCa spaces.
A sofa created from an exclusively monobloc research, with soft lines, a tender, embracing expression of a language that takes into account not only aesthetics and comfort, but also the rationalisa
The graphic sign and playful geometry define the modular round coffee tables designed to complete the sofa area by providing a support surface at different heights and widths.
The non-conformist pop icon armchair of the Sixties and symbol of freedom is back in production. One of the first frameless armchairs, made entirely of polyurethane foam.
Square top supported by two side panels forming a continuous orthogonal bridge structure.