Zanotta Stories: Back to emotions

The new 2020 collection investigates the relationships between people, furnishings and the home space

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24/06/2020 - Back to emotions is the sentiment of Zanotta's 2020 collection, which interprets the need for more authentic, empathetic design. All products in the new collection be made with simple, easy to assemble components. Original products capable of responding to the real needs of their users while evoking sensations and emotions that enrich everyday life.

Back to emotions is composed of six products:

Nenadesign Lanzavecchia + Wai, an armchair conceived as the tailored interpretation of a comfortable embrace, expressed in the eclectic language of soft, enveloping upholstery supported by a lightweight frame;

Dove, design Ludovica+Roberto Palomba, a sofa made of large cushions, the ideal expression of comfort and simple homeliness in daily life. Relaxing, being together with the family, welcoming guests;

Tucano, design Monica Förster Design Studio, an elegant writing desk with a cowhide cover, supported and shaped by curved tubular members which outline a sinuous frame. The ideal companion for working from home;

Ricordi, design Spalvieri & Del Ciotto, a bed which marries the comfort of an upholstered headboard with the strong visual impact of its simple construction and eclectic detailing. It breathes authenticity and evokes the homely image of bedsheets hung out to dry in the wind;

Rider, design Ludovica+Roberto Palomba, the rocker chaise longue reduced to a single element, finely balanced between handicrafts and technology, it outlines a safe space in which the user can abandon himself to total relaxation;

Dan, design Patrick Norguet, an evolving chair design based on a minimalist frame which can support two types of seat, depending on the user's taste and application: the more radical, hi-tech option consists of a seat and backrest formed of coloured elastic straps, while the more elegant solution features an upholstered seat and back covered in high quality cowhide.

The 2020 collection is rounded out by the use of a new fabric, Quid - full bodied, soft and strong - a revisiting of the classic Bouclé reinterpreted by Zanotta in ten colours: an ample choice of natural and neutral shades, together with higher contrast options for a more lively look. Bold - yet always elegant and modern - contrasts are also available, for instance in the twill version which combines periwinkle with green, brown with blue, together with strong plain colours and decisive tones like rust red, periwinkle and ink blue.

To presents its 2020 collection to buyers, architects, designers and the public at large, Zanotta has set up a website to showcase its new products, in which each product is covered in detail on a single landing page with a series of multimedia contents to recount its inspiration, moodboard and design. A series of video shorts, featuring animated drawings by Michele Bernardi and Penelope Jossen, recounts the Back to emotions collection with its products, persons and daily life. The illustration fully expresses the empathy and interaction that Zanotta aims to establish with its products' users and their homes.  

The showroom at Casello Daziario Piazza XXV Aprile - Milan On 16 June, the Milan showroom, located in the heart of the Brera Design District, re-opened to the public with a new home-feeling design and novel displays. The evocative rooms of Casello Daziario were revitalised with Back to emotions furnishings and products from the recent Mollino CM 2020 collection.

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