Enzo Mari at Milan Triennale| 17 October 2020 - 18 April 2021

The exhibition curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist together with Francesca Giacomelli examines over 60 years of activity of one of the leading masters and theorists of Italian Design, Enzo Mari, through projects, models, sketches, thematic insights – with many unpublished materials from the E.M. Archive – and interventions by internationally renowned artists and designers.
Zanotta contributes to this story with some simple and essential Master’s projects, design exercises in which form is determined by function and stripped of the superfluous by rejecting experimentalism for its own right: 
the Tonietta chair, a 1985 project, a masterpiece of formal elegance and constructive perfection (Compasso d’Oro 1987);
the free-standing Museo coat hanger, designed in 1991, an archetypal object in forms, refined and durable, able to withstand changes in taste;
the Wunderkammer showcase, designed in 1993, a system of hanging containers that "responds to the need and desire to exhibit and compose those collections of small objects or memories that everyone owns".