With the largest furniture show in the world moved to 2021, introductions planned for Milan’s Salone del Mobile 2020 keep rolling out.
Zanotta’s 2020 Back to Emotions collection invokes a smile with the Rider lounge by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba. A simple leather-covered rocking seat with channeled upholstery resembles a roly-poly bug starting to curl up at the slightest touch. From $10,000
Massimo Castagna’s Giotto outdoor dining table for Exteta celebrates marble in a boldly sculptural way. It’s all carved stone (three types of marble available), imparting weight and volume within a lean profile. $44,750;
New manufacturing capabilities and unprecedented access to Carlo Mollino’s archives at Turin’s Polytechnic University led Zanotta to revisit eight Mollino designs. Now offered in new materials and finishes, one remake
is of the original 1948 Reale table that doubled auction records for 20th-century furniture at Christie’s in 2005, selling for $3.8 million. $7,740