Maserati Lounge Chair by Zanotta is a limited-edition armchair
Though Maserati has been keeping it’s brand loyalists busy with luxurious 4-wheeled creations like the 2014 Ghibli sports sedan, and the 2013 Quattroporte, at the International Furniture Fair 2013, they will vowing everyone with designer furniture. They have showcased the brand via the limited edition Maserati Lounge Chair by Zanotta, which comes with the designing finesse from the duo of Ludovica and Roberto Palomba. Their aim in mind was to recreate the exclusivity, comfort, sophistication, and luxury factor of Quattroporte model with this limited-edition lounge chair, which will be on display in Milan till the 14th of this April. How much they actually sell for, will perhaps be revealed only after the event in Milan.
Created with more finesse than previously drafted options like the Aston Martin Upcycled furniture line or the NASCAR furniture, the Maserati Lounge Chair bears a very strong relationship with the original auto brand it was targeted at. The chrome-nickel plated stainless-steel base which also comes with a black polished finishing, supports the high-resistance polyurethane filling and DacronDu Pont padding.
The quilted texture above is credited to the use of Extra99 Zanotta leather, which can be availed dark gray shade with light borders, or options such as mud-colored leather with light gray border, and light gray leather with mud-colored border. The origins of the construction technique, named ‘Capitonne’, is placed around the year 1800, the tradition of which has been followed for this furniture as well.
On the whole, one can conclude that much of the Quattroporte has been built into this furniture DNA, along with adherence to the standards set by Zanotta. To cut the long story short, it’s about bringing the 2 luxury brands on the same platform, but with creative standards of a high level. From the gatherings of the designing duo of Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, they have created a piece of furniture which interprets the Maserati car model into this collectible chair. What that process meant, and how precise it all was, would visible in the gallery below.