Maggiolina Lounge Chair, Zanotta

The Maggiolina is a 1947 design of Italian architect and designer, Marco Zanuso. It quickly gained recognition and won a Gold Medal for Italian Architecture in 1948. A leading interpreter of the modern movement, Zanotta constructed this lounge chair with a polished stainless steel frame. The durable polyurethane seat cushion rests in a cowhide sling. The back cushion is made with goose feathers ensuring optimal comfort. Today, the chair is featured in Die Neue Sammlung, a leading design museum located in Munich, Germany.
The Maggiolina lounge chair ranges in price from $5,990 to $8,390 depending on material selection

L: 32.7 x D: 37.4 x H: 38.2
HS: 15.3

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About Zanotta

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.

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