Mezzadro Stool, Zanotta

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Mezzadro Stool, Zanotta

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Dimensions (inches):
L: 19.3 x D: 20 x H: 20

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The Mezzadro stool is truly a piece of art! But don’t take it from us…This modern piece is featured in world-class museums like The Museum of Modern Art in New York and Museo del Design in Milan. A lacquered orange seat rests atop a chromium-plated steel stand, and connects to a steam-treated beech footrest in its natural colour. This stool is the perfect compromise between muted modern and industrial vintage.

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Zanotta furniture at IL Decor Boston, MA - (December 9, 2016) This December the downtown furniture boutique IL Dècor introduces original designs from the noted Italian manufacturer Zanotta. For more than 60 years, Zanotta has been recognized as a leader in Italian industrial design. The boldly modern suite of furniture is internationally acclaimed, with many pieces being featured in art books and museums around the world.

One of the most acclaimed high end Italian furniture designers of our time, Zanotta Design Company has a story filled with passion, innovation and achievements. Like a map, the story of Zanotta documents their rise to success and fame. When Aurelio Zanotta launched the industrial furniture design Company Zanotta, it was 1954 in a township called Nova Milanese in northern Italy where the doors of the company first opened. Little did anyone know that Zanotta was on the brink of starting a revolutionary period within the Italian furniture design industry. Beginning with the production of mostly sofas and armchairs, the 1960’s brought on a creative wave of experimentation with technology as well as unique scales and proportions in furniture design. The designs from this decade catapulted Zanotta into global recognition. By 1989 the premiere collection Zanotta Edizioni was released and art lovers rejoiced. The Qualty Industrial Furniture Zanotta introduced to the world was beyond any furniture of its time. Most pieces from this first collection were made by hand and seen as magnificent works of art.