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Zanuso’s research into support structures onto which to anchor the load-bearing element of the seat dates back to the project for an armchair presented at the international design competition at MoMA in New York in 1949. In 1964, in a more advanced technological context, Zanuso continued to study load-bearing structures with the Woodline, a wood version developed from a matrix based on the geometry of the circle, which gives the entire structure exemplary formal rigour. The iconic edition of the Woodline has a walnut-stained walnut structure with a beige leather panel and tobacco coloured leather cushions.


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