Maggiolina Lounge Chair
Maggiolina Lounge Chair
Maggiolina Lounge Chair
Maggiolina Lounge Chair
Maggiolina Lounge Chair
Maggiolina Lounge Chair
Maggiolina Lounge Chair
Maggiolina Lounge Chair
Maggiolina Lounge Chair
Maggiolina Lounge Chair

Maggiolina Lounge Chair
Zanotta

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From $10,300

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Estimated lead time 17 weeks

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Now available with fabric upholstered cushions.

Maggiolina armchair, design by Marco Zanuso for Zanotta with frame in 18/8 stainless steel, satin or painted black. The cowhide sling is available in a variety of colors. The goose down upholstery of the back cushion ensures maximum softness, while the seat cushion made of polyurethane/Dacron Du Pont for firmness. The covers for the cushions and the armrests are available both in leather or foe leather.

A classic piece in the history of modern design. This armchair won the Gold Medal at the Milan Triennale in 1948 and is showcased in the collection of the German museum Die Neue Sammlung. Need we say more? This chair brings more than just a touch of style, it is unique in its compelling presence.

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71W x 105D x 83H cm 

Width: 710 mm
Depth: 1050 mm
Height: 830 mm

Frame in black powdercoat, black satin, natural satin or polished stainless steel.

Sling available in a range of saddle leather colours.

Cushions available in a range of fabrica and leather upholstery options.

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Born in Milan in 1916, he received his degree in architecture in 1939. In 1945 he kicked off his career as a designer, architect and planner. From 1947 to 1949 he was editor-in-chief of Domus magazine and in the 1950s he was on the editorial staff of Casabella magazine. In 1947 he began to design furniture in metal tubing, reinterpreting the Rationalist tradition. Since then, as a designer he has addressed the problem of the relationship between the architect and the manufacturer, between design and experiment, between the product's function and the fresh forms or materials.

Inspiration

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Hee Welling x HAY Designer talks. In conversation with Hee Welling

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