Karelia armchair

The non-conformist pop icon armchair of the Sixties and symbol of freedom is back in production. One of the first frameless armchairs, made entirely of polyurethane foam. The soft, wave-like surface draws inspiration from the designer's homeland, the Republic of Karelia in Finland, indented by bays and gulfs. The new fabric upholstery in bright, iridescent colours replaces the vinyl of the 1970s.




Established in 1954, Zanotta is a leading exponent of Italian industrial design. Celebrated architects and designers have always been called in to create the products, among them Achille Castiglioni, Joe Colombo, Marco Zanuso, have been commissioned to create pieces and collections and today many of...