The latest newborn of the company is the Hood armchair, designed by the Spanish Francesc Rifè. It finds its ideal location in the home, but also opens Zanette’s doors to the contract world.
The peculiar sign of the Hood armchair by Zanette is the curved wood profile that defines its armrests and backrest. The horseshoe shape of the structure in oak embraces the voluminous seat cushions, covered in leather, fabric or other custom upholstery, and helps to emphasize the lines of a furniture made of a few intersected geometries, which clearly recall the typical language of the fifties.
Designing Hood, the Spanish Francesc Rifè played with proportions, shortening the legs, increasing the depth of the seat and raising the level of the padding: the result is an armchair with an ergonomic and compact appearance, perfect with its single presence in an entrance or in a reading corner, or in a bedroom, next to a sofa in a living room, or in contract spaces such as waiting rooms or hotel lounges.
The Hood by Zanette is available in several finishes, both for the oak and for the upholstery, which is removable to ensure maximum practicality.