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Vehicles and unique furnishings: The case of Zanotta and Maserati
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Zanotta and Maserati, exclusive furniture

Collaboration between Zanotta and Maserati has resulted in the Capsule collection, formed by the Corina chair, the desktop Maestrale and the armchair and footrest Grand Tour.

Car brands export their entire style to the very living room of your home, betting on uniquely designed yet surprising pieces of furniture. The design departments of some of the most exclusive car brands strive to offer a different vision. to which we have of their products. Focusing on the field of furniture, furniture collections have been presented that remind us of their most representative vehicle models.

The case of Italian furniture and automobile firms Zanotta and Maserati fully follows this pattern. Inspired by the Quattroporte, Ludovica and Roberto Palomba have submitted their Capsule CollectionResult of this alliance unsurpassed innovation and design issues.

Capsule It consists of three parts characterized by the style and elegance of these two brands Finished to high quality detail.

La armchair Grand Tour, which accompanies its corresponding footrest, is a design with a steel base and rigid polyurethane structure with polyurethane or Dacron Du Pont padding. Upholstered in removable leather, it is a creation of the year 2013, a year before the footrest saw the light.
The Corina chair is a simple and very comfortable piece made of polyurethane foam covered with leather that saw the light in the 2014 year.
Elegance desktop Maestrale It allows you to create a workspace or studio in the living room or bedroom. Manufactured Canaletto walnut wood, is a project of the year 2014.

The entire Capsule collection is available at the Naharro design stores in Madrid.