Stemming from iconic design collective Superstudio the Zanotta Quaderna collection is defined by the highly recognisable cubic pattern that is present across the line. Characterful and highly stylish, the console table will elevate any setting or situation, with the overt nature of the pattern one of the most recognisable of the era.
Superstudio are a collective ounded in Florence in 1966, comprised of Adolfo Natalini, Cristiano Toraldo di Francia, Gian Piero Frassinelli, Alessandro, and Roberto Magris, Alessandro Poli. The group contributed theory and designs to the radical architecture movement.
Between 1973 and 1975 Superstudio belonged to Global Tools, with the group participating in several Triennale exhibitions and in 1978 organized a show of its own at the Istituto Nazionale d'Architettura in Rome, while major retrospectives of their work have taken place at New York's MOMA and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The collective are best known for the Quaderna series of objects.