We are thrilled to announce the introduction of Zanotta into the collection at Cult! This iconic Italian design company is known for its classics by the likes of Marco Zanuso and Achille Castiglioni, along with contemporary design collaborations with Gabriele Rosa, Frank Rettenbacher and Terri Pecora. Established in 1954, Zanotta is celebrated for its diverse manufacturing techniques, exceptional quality and approachable liveable pieces for everyday life.

Within Hall 16 at the Salone del Mobile fairgrounds, the Zanotta stand is an impressive palace; white and minimal architecture with large clear openings and small windows through which to peer into scenes from daily life. Video installations showcasing people performing everyday domestic activities are also used to enhance this concept. Beautifully styled by Studio Salaris, the space is divided into nine settings, each defined by a precise chromatic shade. According to Alessandra Salaris, “The colours selected, one for each setting, are declined in shades that talk to each other and harmonise in a balance of shapes and colours.”  


Zanotta’s 2017 novelties are both comfortable and versatile, including the Tweed table by Garcia Cumini, Taschino night stand by Gabriele Rosa, Flamingo sofa by Damian Williamson, the Hotelroyal bed by Terri Pecora, Niobe table by Federica Capitani and the Judy armchair and Emile table by Frank Rettenbacher.


Zanotta also celebrates momentous milestones for its classic designs, such as the 70th anniversary of the Maggiolina chair by Marco Zanuso and the 30th anniversary of the Basello table by the Castiglioni brothers. Here, we share some pictures of these novelties and classics presented at the Zanotta stand at Salone del Mobile 2017.


All novelties, as well as the wider Zanotta collection, will be available from Cult showrooms from July 2017. We look forward to formally introducing this new brand soon - stay tuned for more including our upcoming showroom launch events!


Introducing the new Judy chair; a contemporary design with a mid-century feel. Mix with a timber shell and soft upholstery for a layered and interesting look. 

The iconic Maggiolina chair by Marco Zanuso, on display to celebrate its 70th anniversary. 

Tonietta chair by Enzo Mari beautifully displayed in this dining setting with the Tweed table presented at the Zanotta stand during Salone del Mobile. 

Introducing the new Hotelroyal bed, available with or without a sculptural integrated bedside. 

Exquisite details on the Gilda armchair in walnut and light upholstery. 

Andrea armchair is striking in teale upholstery at the Zanotta stand at Salone del Mobile 2017. 

One more of the new Hotelroyal bed alongside the Taschino side table. 

Study inspiration at the Zanotta stand at Salone del Mobile 2017, which presents nine curated chromatic spaces to showcase the Zanotta product in home life settings. 

Super versatile, June is available in a range of finishes and bases for all types of interiors and uses. 

Photo Credit: Cult Design