Zaneti is one of many renowned Australian brands on offer through Hospitality Furniture Concepts (HFC) – yet even amongst a field of bright stars, Zaneti can’t help but turn heads.
October 19th, 2023
Hospitality Furniture Concepts has 20 years of experience as a prominent player in the furniture industry, leveraging connections with renowned brands such as Zaneti to provide an offering of bespoke luxury furniture. With an established reputation for exceptional service, competitive pricing, and efficient delivery, HFC has come a long way from its origins as a small business – and these new summer products are backed by the exceptional manufacturing to prove it.
Celebrated for their distinct personality and style, Australian design studio Zaneti approach outdoor spaces with a playful sense of creativity.
Specialising in crafting exquisite chairs, tables, bases, and bespoke pieces, Zaneti have particularly made a name for themselves in the space of aluminium outdoor furniture. The Zaneti offering spans from classic outdoor garden decor to welcoming hospitality settings and poolside lounge sets. Catering to commercial and residential needs, Zaneti provides bespoke furniture pieces ideal for eateries, coffee shops, bars, hotels, clubs, retails spaces and more.
Among their most successful collections is Altitude – an award-winning, innovative furniture range which blends ergonomic design with contemporary style. This unique collection offers public sofas accented with neutral hues, durable fabric, and retro-fitted tables suitable for diverse settings such as hospitals, airport lounges, hotel lobbies, and shopping centres. Altitude received a Good Design Award in 2023 and now graces some of the most prestigious interiors worldwide.
Zaneti’s collections have a reputation for durability and versatility above all else. Their unique colour palette offers 8 colours designed by Zaneti which celebrate the spirit and potential of outdoor design – a joyful move away from traditional neutral or monochrome furniture solutions. As such, Zaneti products are the ideal choice for those who expect both style and substance from their outdoor furniture.
Recently, Zaneti captured international attention with the release of the ‘Brighton’ collection.
Following previous collections, Brighton explores the essence of outdoor living, connecting the relaxed hues of nature with the vibrance of Mediterranean coastal life in a stunningly thoughtful anthology of luxury design.
Unlike conventional monochromatic outdoor furniture, ‘Brighton’ exudes vibrance with its striking design and a spectrum of powder coat finishes inspired by nature’s rich palette. The collection honours modern design with a commitment to linearity and gentle curves.
And it’s not just about aesthetics; Zaneti’s commitment to sustainability is evident in their use of 98% recycled aluminium, a step towards a greener future.
Moreover, all of Zaneti’s collections utilise premium-quality materials in their manufacturing and undergo rigorous quality testing in their laboratories. Their anti-corrosion treatment ensures these pieces can brave the elements all year round, limiting waste and ensuring that the value of Zaneti pieces will endure throughout the decades.
This commitment to sustainability was one of many factors influencing HFC’s choice to take on Zaneti. Among others, Zaneti brings an extensive product range with a wide array of solutions for specifiers, exceptional quality, and an appealing colour palette tailored to the Australian market.
Despite expanding into one of Australia’s most successful hospitality furniture suppliers, HFC is dedicated to maintaining the small business touch. Combining the expertise of team members with skills in hospitality, logistics and interior design, HFC takes a personalised approach to every project – offering high quality, stylish furniture which caters to a broad spectrum of specifiers.
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