The Marco Zanuso Lady chair

The Zanuso Lady chair was designed by Italian architect and designer Marco Zanuso in 1951, representing a turning point in the realm of upholstered furniture of the early fifties.
Because of its style and manufacturing, the Zanuso Lady chair marked a radical change in furniture making techniques, which began in the 1950s.
In 1951, the Zanuso-designed chair won gold at the IX Triennale, confirming its position as the symbol of a new taste in interior furnishings.

The Zanuso Lady chair photographed by Chris Court. The chair won the gold medal at the IX Triennale in 1951.

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The Zanuso Lady chair clearly represented the new taste for interior furnishings. Photo by Architonic.

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The Zanuso Lady chair photographed by Chris Court.

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The Zanuso Lady chair was a turning point for the upholstered furniture making. Photo by Architonic.

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