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Definitely one of the best showrooms in Milan to do shopping for home, and now has the addition of a new decoration by Ceramiche Milesi. In the heart Milan’s design metropolis, Zanotta store is a space that gives voice to quality for contemporary living.
The bright and large windows overlooking Piazza del Tricolore are an effective communication system to one that goes to Zanotta showroom month after month: from the latest products for the interior design to the anticipations of trends. is one of the most qualified Italian showrooms, a reference point for designers and designers from around the world.
Design and decoration increasingly go hand in hand. That’s the case with Zanotta furniture, which combines with the ornamental charm of Ceramiche Milesi inside the Zanotta showroom, the designer label’s Milan store overlooking Piazza del Tricolore.
Starting from November, with the new fittings and the furniture presented, the exhibition space will display both an artistic and an artisan touch bestowed by the creations of Egidio Milese.
The shapes and finishes have differing tactile and material properties: sophisticated textures, decorations and glaze overlays of various colours, from total white to deep black, from pastel tones to fiery reds.
The ceramic creations integrate perfectly with the furnishing accessories that dot the stores in a synergic communion of intentions, created from elegance, originality and experimentation.
Alongside the best sellers, Zanotta’s latest productions bear witness to this design philosophy.
The Botero sofa (design Damian Williamson) featuring a soft padded backrest, the workmanship of which – horizontally – is repeated in the Ruben bed; the Reale table, a tribute to Carlo Mollino, with its iconic, geometrically-woven base; or the Fenice table (designed by Piero Bottoni), a new version of a unique object, which can still be seen today in Villa Muggia.
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