Established in 1954 and recognised as one of main player of the Made in Italy Design, Zanotta, started expanding on the international stage in the 60's offering a noticeable line of products both for formal and technological innovation.
Actually, the selection by Zanotta includes a wide range of items, i.e. sofas, beds, bookshelves and other accessories embodying both tradition and contemporary styles.
Collaborations with internationally acclaimed designers, such as Achille Castiglioni, Ludovica Palomba and Gae Aulenti, have allowed Zanotta to create particularly emblematic furniture that has brought the company to quickly become a global reference point.
Given their enormous success, its furnishings are also mentioned in the history books of design and are on display in some of the world's most important museums, like MoMA, the Metropolitan Museum of New York and the George Pompidou Centre in Paris.
No one should be surprised that, in 1989, Zanotta introduced the exclusive collection "Zanotta Edizioni", which includes furnishing objects that are very close to being applied art, with a strong artisan component derived from ancient techniques that are no longer very popular, such as mosaics, intarsio and painted decorations.