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Textile identity

Zanotta has always paid careful attention to the quality of the fabrics used for its products, from natural high-quality fibers to technical materials, and textile accessories for personalizing furnishings.

Refined and soft to the touch: the fabric selection that Zanotta makes every year for sofas and beds is aimed at creating a truly individual product line. Textiles can make all the difference to an interior. The tradition of carefully selecting, elaborating and utilizing fabric coverings is part of the company’s history, ever since Aurelio and Emilio Zanotta started producing upholstered furnishings in the 50’s. A continual fine-tuning of aesthetic and functional expressions, a constant evaluation of fibers, material characteristics, fit, and color selection. One special event is the metamorphosis of the Sacco chair: since 1968 it’s been in evolution with fabric variations, designer ‘outfits’ (like the collection which celebrated its 40 years) and ‘intelligent’ technical materials. Textiles are a 360° experience in the 2012 Zanotta catalogue where they offer the maximum in expression and innovation: there are four collections of exceptional elegance and quality. From the Vivo line with a soft, structured cotton fabric, and Tuareg, a textured fabric with a mélange effect ideal for upholstering padded lines and curves, to Corvara, a matelassé fabric in a braided design with a three-dimensional woven effect, and Tangeri, soft yarns in 100% polyester Trevira CS, fire resistant and perfect for all contract environments.

TOTAL DÉCOR Created for small cushions, a range of four decorative fabric coverings: Treccia, Rombo and Quadro, jacquard fabrics in 100% cotton with embossed geometric designs and a range of colors inspired by nature, plus Quadretto, a mixed fiber fabric created on a jacquard loom with a small square pattern. And finally, a set of 5 small cushions in goose down or goose feather, designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba and made by artisans: Zip, Romance, Micky, Gru cotone and Gru lana. Quilted, with piping and tone-on-tone or contrast stitching, they complete and personalize the upholstered furnishings.