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Susanna armchair in leather and fabric by Zanotta

Measurements H 83 cm / W 55 cm / D 82

H 83 cm / W 55 cm / D 82


Materials Steel - Cotton - Leather

Steel - Cotton - Leather

Do you want a hug? Choose the Susanna armchair by Zanotta. A black painted steel tubular frame that has allowed it to be appreciated over the years and a comfortable padding in a timeless pattern that blends perfectly with the more modern and contemporary styles: we are talking about the Susanna armchair in painted steel and hounds-tooth fabric signed by Zanotta, featuring leather armrests and removable cotton lining, ideal for those who suffer from allergies. Brought back under the spotlight by designers in the 1950s, the hounds-tooth fabric is a very old pattern, a symbol of class and sophistication. It perfectly matches Baroque furnishings, provides an elegant note to more simple apartments, and adds eccentricity to classic styles. Armchairs are indispensable items to fully enjoy your free time, and Susanna is a perfect example of its category. Its simple but sinuous lines allow you to place it in the living room, to complement or contrast with the existing décor, but also in the bedroom, where it can furnish a corner, columns, and recesses. A comfortable refuge from the outside world, it provides great comfort during your coffee breaks, invites you to read, and also makes the waiting easier, thanks to its black painted steel cushion frame, adjustable in two positions, and a chequered fabric, which in the original version is in black and white, inducing calm and serenity. The elegance of the hounds-tooth pattern can also be beautifully matched with teak furniture for a sophisticated allure or with opaque lacquered wood with vibrant colours for a vintage feel. The padding of seat and backrest is made of polyurethane and thermally-bonded polyester fibre, which provide comfort and support to the back and shoulders without the need for additional cushions. The lightweight, breathable lining is easy to clean and allows you to enjoy the Susanna armchair for several hours without problems even during the hot season. Information: The cushion frame is adjustable in two positions, from 83 cm to 77 cm high.
If your order comes to over £200, shipping is free*. If your order is below £200 shipping costs £9. An extra delivery fee applies to bulky items based on what's in your basket and where it will be shipped. Estimated delivery times for your order will be visible before payment, and LOVEThESIGN will alert you of impending shipments. You can return articles once purchased by expressing this intention within 14 working days from the order's delivery. For any questions or special requests please contact Customer Care at customercare@lovethesign.com.
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MEASUREMENTS
Measurements H 83 cm / W 55 cm / D 82
Materials Steel - Cotton - Leather
Product characteristics
Delivery and return info
If your order comes to over £200, shipping is free*. If your order is below £200 shipping costs £9. An extra delivery fee applies to bulky items based on what's in your basket and where it will be shipped. Estimated delivery times for your order will be visible before payment, and LOVEThESIGN will alert you of impending shipments. You can return articles once purchased by expressing this intention within 14 working days from the order's delivery. For any questions or special requests please contact Customer Care at customercare@lovethesign.com.
*Conditions may apply. For further information, please visit our FAQ section.
Gabriele Mucchi
Gabriele Mucchi
Born in Milan in 1899, an engineer and painter, he worked in Milan, Berlin and Paris between 1927 and 1934. Back in Milan he is one of the protagonists of the avant-garde movements of those years: from "Current" to the Realistic Movement Which is one of the initiators and major assertors. At the same time he has a creative and theoretical function in the group of Milanese rationalist architects, from Pagano to Rogers, from Albini to Belgiojoso, Gardella and Zanuso. She works with Buttons, Lingerie and Terragni at competitions and brave accomplishments. He participates in the V Triennale of Milan, in 1933, with a fresco and the exhibition of his Chapel of the Shroud. In 1934 he created the house of Via Marcora, one of the first examples of rational architecture in Milan. In 1935 he designed and built a series of metal furniture, including the Genni chaise longue. He participates as a painter or architect at VI, VII, VIII Triennale. He is a member of the CIAM and the MSA. With Piero Bottoni is one of the authors of the QT8 experimental quarter where he erected a prefabricated house in 1947. He participated in the drafting of the Milan Regulatory Plan, after proposing the "AR" plan with Albini, Bottoni, Belgiojoso, Peressutti, Putelli and Rogers. In 1945 he built the Farm Houses for Valera Fratta with Buttons and Pucci, in 1953 he created the Muscoline asylum. From 1955 he devoted exclusively to painting: between 1956 and 1961 he taught at the Academy of East Berlin and at the Greifswald University. In 1960 he briefly resumed his work as an architect, building the Villa Braendli in Carona. In 1983, a large anthological exhibition was set up at the Museum of Modern Art in Berlin, at the Puskin Museum in Moscow, and at the Bremen Contemporary Art Society. She disappeared in May 2002.
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Zanotta
Zanotta
Founded in 1954, the history of Zanotta is marked by the important collaborations with important designers like Castiglioni and Mari, and it goes hand in hand with the history of Italian design. Pieces by this company have been awarded the important “Premio Compasso d’Oro” for three times, and are displayed in some of the most important design museums, from New York to Berlin.
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Gabriele Mucchi
DESIGNER
Gabriele Mucchi
Born in Milan in 1899, an engineer and painter, he worked in Milan, Berlin and Paris between 1927 and 1934. Back in Milan he is one of the protagonists of the avant-garde movements of those years: from "Current" to the Realistic Movement Which is one of the initiators and major assertors. At the same time he has a creative and theoretical function in...
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Zanotta
BRAND
Zanotta
Founded in 1954, the history of Zanotta is marked by the important collaborations with important designers like Castiglioni and Mari, and it goes hand in hand with the history of Italian design. Pieces by this company have been awarded the important “Premio Compasso d’Oro” for three times, and are displayed in some of the most important design museums,...
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