Born from the desire to make high-end furniture, Zanaboni offers a unique furniture catalog. Memory plays a fundamental role here, reviving pieces of a centuries-old tradition where shapes and decorations have a decisive function for the success of each model. Examples are the Borromeo sofa and the Napoleone armchair, where elegance and taste are superbly intertwined creating highly suggestive shapes.
The upholstered furniture, famous for their extraordinary construction quality, come to life from the frame still made of solid wood and subsequently completed by adopting the ancient technique of tying the springs; for the most exclusive models, is still in use the horsehair. Here we mention the Hermes bed and the PA185 bench, distinctive for the rich and sumptuous taste of the frame and padding. Ancient and laborious manufacturing techniques, such as the capitonné one, still constitute one of the productive cornerstones to which excellent mastery are added.
Starting from solid wood, Zanaboni’s master cabinetmakers carve the structure subsequently decorated with paintings, which is then joined by plaster relief work. Of particular relevance is the exclusive mother-of-pearl inlay of the W017 dresser model, a unique and extraordinary piece.