Zanotta成立于1954年，是意大利工业设计中公认的领导者之一。由创始人，Aurelio Zanotta的洞察力和精彩的创业能力指导，从20世纪60年代开始，它赢得了国际聚光灯。这是由于其产品：其正式和技术创新的象征性。在20世纪80年代后期，Aurelio Zanotta对他的成功进行了以下解释。“在20世纪50年代和20世纪60年代，家具和家具配件行业用创造力冒泡。一些公司目前是工业设计领域的领导者，并获得国际上升的锋利，然后掌握了设计和制造问题的关键。它有可能同时产生利润和文化。“国际着名的建筑师和设计师始终被称为创建产品。其中一些是：Achille Castiglioni，Gae Autigi，Marco Zanuso，Ettore Sottasso，Joe Colombo，Andrea Branzi，Giuseppe Terragni，Carlo Mollino，De Pas-D'urnino-Lomazzi，Enzo Mari，Bruno Munari，AlfredoHäberli，Roberto Barbieri和Ross Lopegrove ......今天的收藏品包括这些家具类型：扶手椅，沙发，床铺，储藏室，书柜，椅子，桌子，咖啡桌和家具配件。采用不同的制造技术。 In harmony with the corporate philosophy aimed at R&D, they allow the advanced use of a host of materials, like metals (aluminum alloy, stainless steel, brass, bronze, etc.), plastics, glass, marble, granite, wood, fabrics and leather. In 1989 the "Zanotta Edizioni" collection was added to our line; these furnishing objects are close to applied art. Freed from the constraints of mass-production, the collection's articles are handmade to a great extent. By harking back to the most significant facets of Italy's artistic craft tradition, they revive and rework disused techniques, like mosaic, inlay and painted decorations. This small-batch and/or numbered and limited edition will augment their value over time. Many of our pieces' forms rise above the triteness of the threadbare expressions or represent creations that went against the tide. So many creations are mentioned in design history books and displayed at the world's major museums (New York's MoMA and Metropolitan Museum, the Paris Centre George Pompidou, the London Design Museum, Berlin's Arts and Crafts Museum, the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, etc.). Zanotta has received legions of prizes for its achievements. They include three Compasso d'Oro Awards: in 1968 for the Guscio hut designed by Roberto Menghi; in 1979 for De Pas-D'Urbino-Lomazzi's Sciangai clothes-stand; and in 1987 for Enzo Mari's Tonietta chair. Over time, our company has backed a multitude of experimental endeavors and cultural undertakings to promote the development and dissemination of concepts tied to the creation of household artifacts. Zanotta participates early in countless exhibitions and shows in the sector of industrial design, art, architecture and fashion. This intense cultural promotion of the collection boosts its manufacturing. Currently the firm's collections are distributed in over sixty nations.