Cologne / Zanotta at IMM Cologne 2019 from January 14 to 20, 2019.

zanotta_news-fiera-IMM-cologne_2019_foto_8 zanotta_news-fiera-IMM-cologne_2019_foto_4 zanotta_news-fiera-IMM-cologne_2019_foto_7 zanotta_news-fiera-IMM-cologne_2019_foto_3 zanotta_news-fiera-IMM-cologne_2019_foto_5 zanotta_news-fiera-IMM-cologne_2019_foto_9 zanotta_news-fiera-IMM-cologne_2019_foto_2 zanotta_news-fiera-IMM-cologne_2019_foto_6 zanotta_news-fiera-IMM-cologne_2019_foto_1 zanotta_news-fiera-Imm-Cologne_foto_1

First great appointment of the year for Zanotta at the IMM Cologne 2019 Fair.

Zanotta inaugurated 2019 with the participation in the main exhibition of interior design in Northern Europe, IMM Cologne 2019, held from 14 to 20 January.

The company thus confirms its key role in the international scene by making available to the market articulated furniture solutions made in Italy.The setting design is the ideal extension of the stand at Salone del Mobile 2018: the space evokes an architecture which is light and complex at the same time, inspired by the structures of Giuseppe Terragni and their revisiting and interpretation in certain works by Peter Eisenmann. A succession of different settings represents extensive furnishing solutions in a narrative itinerary that, referring back to the Zanotta: Stories exhibition, continues to investigate the personalities of contemporary ‘consumer-authors’, focusing on their collector’s passions, related graphically through striking light boxes.

At IMM2019 Zanotta presented two new projects developed with great designers. Echino, two coffee tables designed by Sebastian Herkner, expressing with personality the strength of glass. The armchair Tusa with high and low backrest, featuring a simple yet sophisticated design, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni. 

The Fair was an opportunity to present the latest products to the public, including the Greta bed designed by Roberto Lazzeroni in 2018, presented for the first time to the international public.

Zanotta@IMM Cologne 2019
Pav. 11.2 - Stand J30 - K31

Photo by Patricia Parinejad