The interior decoration imposes space rationalization for both the public and home environments. This necessity becomes more imperative when furnishing a house to create working areas that are both performing and comfortable at the same time. Zanotta with its large selection of compact desks, being less bulky and with clean lines, is able to meet any kind of exigencies.
Among the most wanted pieces we remind: Calamo design Gabriele Rosa 2013, Comacina design Piero Bottoni 1930, Maestrale design Ludovica+Roberto Palomba and Mina by Frank Rettenbacher both from the year 2014.
Four models to customize the working area, each featuring a clear identity: Calamo, console desk, is a piece with contemporary shape and finishes: extremely simple with a hidden storage unit, especially loved by younger people, is enriched with cowhide details that make it very up-to-date. Neatness and simplicity determined its success.
As opposed is Comacina, the desk par excellence, equipped with drawer unit. It reminds the classic traditional desk of ancient memory, that is yet appreciated to furnish a corner of the house as an office, not to be concealed but to be shown. It is enhanced by a supporting frame made of stainless steel tube, which bears a varnished top, available in different colours, and by a movable drawer unit that can be placed on the right or left hand side of the seat.
For Maestrale and Mina the featuring element is the interweaving of the legs, that is in contrast with the top linearity. However while for Maestrale the top thickness is intentionally emphasized, unusually, for Mina the top is reduced to the minimum to allow a discrete presence. Both pieces can be well integrated and used as a support surface. Comacina and Maestrale may come with a cowhide top for an even richer and elegant mood.