Cizeta's story began over 35 years ago and has always been linked to the production of chairs, along a continuous path of growth and research. Its collection has been constantly evolving, always offering new models, and currently provides a very comprehensive offer in terms of style, setting and use. Especially dedicated to the contract sector, Cizeta's chairs are protagonists of countless interior design projects and are appreciated for their aesthetic, qualitative and functional features.
Cizeta's quality starts from the choice of the wood, coatings and other materials, and then involves all production stages. Craftsmanship, industrial experience and technological research merge into products that provide superior strength and durability, thanks to unique construction techniques, specifically designed to accommodate the necessary aesthetics with the functional and technical qualities of the finished product. Many products are also subjected to severe tests by Catas, one of the leading quality institutions in the wood and furniture sector.
Right from the start, Cizeta has completely manufactured its products in San Giovanni al Natisone, in a territory where the woodworking industry and the chair sector have a long tradition. All stages of production take place within few kilometers, under the direct control of the company's team, in ethical and sustainable workplaces. Typically Italian is also the design culture, characterized by a harmonious blend of aesthetic and functional research, accompanied by such an attention to detail that makes each creation unique.
Wood is a living, warm and natural material that should be managed with intelligence and a sense of environmental responsibility, not to endanger the precious forestry resources of the entire planet. Cizeta products only use wood from controlled regrow forests certified by FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council), in line with international "green building" standards. This is accompanied by constant attention to the environment, also within the factory: from energy efficiency to waste management and the ecological recycling of wood scraps.