Production time: 7 Weeks
Price € 885,00Production time: 7 Weeks
Zanotta's Sciangai coat hanger was awarded the Compasso d'Oro in 1979 and is one of the most famous creations of the De Pas - D’Urbino - Lomazzi trio of designers. It owes its name to a famous Chinese board game made with thin sticks, the Shanghai (also called Mikado), in which during the preparation phases of the game the sticks are gathered in a single bundle and then dropped like a fan. The same principle is taken up by the strips that make up the coat hanger: initially joined, when Sciangai is opened they separate until a central pin stops them in the position shown in the photo. The terminal part of each strip is shaped like a groove, thus making it easier to grip coats and dresses.
Ø 65 x H.145 cm
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Design and culture: from these two inspirations, Zanotta draws its identity. Browsing the Zanotta catalog is like entering a real design museum full of the key works of some of the biggest protagonists of the furnishings field. Founded in Nova Milanese by Aurelio Zanotta in the ‘50s, the company inextricably links its name to the avant-garde design season, from which innovative furnishings are born, often enriched by an ironic touch. To these timeless masterpieces, Zanotta flanks reissues of classics from the first half of the twentieth century and a contemporary collection inspired by great lightness and quality.Read more
De Pas, D’Urbino & Lomazzi
Jonathan De Pas (1932-1991), Donato D'Urbino (1935-) and Paolo Lomazzi (1936-) were a trio of Milanese designers, great protagonists of the radical innovations that crossed Italian design between the end of the 1960s and the two decades later. Their DDL - De Pas De'Urbino Lomazzi studio was founded in 1966, after the first two had gained experience collaborating with the firm of the well-known Marcello Nizzoli. The pop and ironic style of their creations allows them to achieve immediate success with the creation of true icons of the style of the time such as the Blow inflatable armchair for Zanotta and the Joe sofa for Poltronova, with the characteristic shape of an oversized baseball glove. They were called later to design the fittings for the Italian Pavilion at the Osaka Exhibition in 1970. Years of success followed in which the more experimental creations resulting from the prolific collaboration with Zanotta were accompanied by products (now out of collection) for major brands such as Cassina and B&B Italy and lamps for Artemide and Stilnovo. D'Urbino and Lomazzi continued to work together for many years even after the untimely death of their colleague. The studio can boast the victory of two Compassi d'Oro in (1979 and 2018, the second in recognition of a career). Read more