WOODLINE

Design Marco Zanuso

Strictly formal

Marco Zanuso’s exploration of support structures upon which to anchor the seat dates back to the design for an armchair entered in a MoMA international design competition in New York, in 1949.

PRODUCTION YEAR

2015

An armchair with a striking, rigorous design, the outcome of research by Marco Zanuso on how to anchor a seat on a wood frame. Zanuso started work on this chair with his entry in an international design competition organised by the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1949. He returned to it in 1964, harnessing Arflex’s advanced technology. The wood frame is based on the geometry of the circle, which provides the chair's elegant formal aesthetic. Available in an iconic edition with a clear- varnished walnut frame, with the back panel in beige saddle leather, and the cushions in tobacco coloured leather.

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Marco Zanuso

“Through the design, I am compelled to lend shape to that which I call complexity.”

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Woodline has a removable cushion held in place with snaps and is upholstered in leather or fabric. The iconic Cassina edition features structure in walnut-stained walnut, panel in natural cowhide and leather tobacco-color cushions.

Frame

Panel upholstered in saddle-hide.

Structure in wood

Curved beech plywood, veneered in ash or walnut.

Upholstery

Removable cushion attached with snaps: leather or fabric.

PRODUCTION YEAR

2015

DESIGN BY
Marco Zanuso
PRODUCTION YEAR

2015

DESIGN BY
Marco Zanuso

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