Linen is the oldest cultivated plant in human history.

It's a very durable material and versatile, a natural insulator - keeping you warm in winter and cool in summer. 

There are many ways to use linen: we use the best Belgium and Italian Linens to make beautiful beddings and curtains. 

Our linens are "Masters of Linen" certified which is the guarantee of linen 100% made in Europe, from plant to yarn to fabric. A registered trade mark and a seal of excellence for both trade and consumer. 

White Panama Linen & Sand Panama Linen

Blue Mini Check Linen & Blue Melange Linen

Extra Wide White Panama Linen Curtain & Pure White Linen Curtain

Blue / Black Linen & Cotton Curtain & Sand Linen Curtain

Oatmeal / Brown Linen & Cotton Curtain & Copper Red / Black Linen Curtain

White Cotton & Linen Curtain & Grey Cotton & Linen Curtain


Rock on the sand with ZigZagZurich beach towels!

"TOKIO" beach towel by Michele Rondelli.

Gabriel Nazoa is a Venezuelan designer based in Paris. He designed our new collection of towels inspired by sport & typography. His designs show in a funny way the lines of sport grounds such as tennis and football courts, which we then converted into colorful beach towels. 

Beach Towles


Catherine Lavoie is an artist, illustrator & designer from Québec City, Canada. Her work is inspired by graphic design, nature, travels & daily life objects. Her creations are refined, gracious and colourful. With a background in Visual Arts she seeks for an aesthetic that recalls serigraphy with the simplicity of its shapes, images & colors. She creates visuals for textiles, products, packaging & editorials. Through various retailers she sells her own prints & stationery line. She also produces custom unique high-end artworks for commercial purpose, commissions & art shows. The cotton blankets she designed for ZigZagZurich are inspired by summertime and by the lightness of being.

Who are you ?

I am Catherine Lavoie, an artist, illustrator and designer.

Where do you live?

I live in Québec, Canada.

What do you do ?

I create minimalist, bold and colourful visuals. I do silk screening, hand drawing, digital art and illustration and I’ve recently started doing pottery, which is truly inspiring and challenging.

What doesn’t inspire you ?

Negativity, surcharged spaces.

What projects have you been recently working on?

I have collaborated with a Canadian retailer to create prints for t-shirts. I have created a fun memory card game for kids. Created custom artwork for T.V. set, created illustration for a vinyl album..etc

What projects in your lifetime have the most significance in both of your work?

Leaving my 9 to 5 designer job to work full time on my art was the most significant move I have ever made.

From that moment on, the projects and collaborations I've been working on just exploded, and so did my creativity!

Where is design & art heading?

I think they are both heading towards a more minimalist, green & handmade aesthetic. 

What’s wrong with design?

Sometimes, design tends to follow fashion. From my point of view, I don't see anything wrong with the idea of a timeless design. Like Paul Rand said: “Good design doesn’t date. Bad design does’’.

Who do you think are the most influential artists & designers in recent years? 

Jamie Hayon, Ronan Bouroullec, Raf Simons, Olimpia Zagnoli, Bobby Clark.

What artists and designers have inspired you in your lifetime?

Matisse, Alexander Girard, Vasarely, Dieter Rams, Paul Rand, Ellsworth Kelly, Maija Isola, John Zabawa, Anna Kovecses, Olimpia Zagnoli, and so many others!

What would be your best destination in the world?

I have already been there but would love to go back to Japan.

Stuck on a desert island, three things that you couldn’t be without?

My cat, even though he is not a thing, sunglasses & an iPad with internet connection.

What is your favourite colour & why ?

I like every colour.  I love yellow, but I think colours are truly vibrant when associated with others.


MAINSTREAM cotton blanket by Catherine Lavoie

THE YELLOW ORANGE by Catherine Lavoie




Alison Mc Kenna is an artist and textile designer living between Sussex and Andalusia. She's been working on textile designs for different fashion companies. Her work is characterized by balance, feeling and composition exploring forms, colours and brush strokes. Her practice often works within the narrative of transformation as an artist and individual. She tries to create a sense of space and energy in her drawings and paintings transmitting feeling into form.

Who are you?

Alison Mc Kenna.

Where do you live?

Between Sussex and Andalusia.

What do you do?

I am a painter and fabric designer.

Who & what inspires you?

Fashion, art, music, travel, things of the spirit, elevation.

What doesn't inspire you?


What projects have you been recently working on?

I am an artist and freelance fabric designer. I have been working on fabric designs for Spring Summer 2019 for fashion companies. I have completed a series of 34 large paintings on paper which I hope to show soon.

What projects in your lifetime have the most significance in both of your work?

I am still waiting.

Where is design & art heading? 

I hope there will be greater equality and diversity within the art and design world in the immediate future. 

Who do you think are the most influential artists & designers in recent years? 

Rei Kawakubo (Comme Des Garcon), Ai Weiwei, Nan Goldin, Madonna, Judy Chicago, Jamie Reid, Tracey Emin, Carmen Herrera, Rose Wylie and too many others to mention. 

What artists and designers have inspired you in your lifetime? 

Too many to list but most recently: Georgia O'Keeffe, Leonora Carrington, Dorothea Tanning, Helen Frankenthaler, Elaine De Kooning, Luchita Hurtado, Sonia Delaunay, Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell, Lee Miller, The Black Mountain School, Textiles of the Wiener Werkstätte. All the women throughout recent history that were over looked and disregarded because of their gender but carried on painting regardless. 

What would be your best destination in the world?

It changes from day to day, So today it would be the walk from Charleston Farmhouse where the Bloomsbury Group lived in the twenties to Firle Village on a sunny bright Sussex Day.

Stuck on a desert island, three things that you couldn't be without?

Yoga mat, The Yoga Sutras of Master Patanjali which is a collection of 196 Indian Sutras on the theory and practice of yoga and water purification system.

What is your favourite colour & why?

White. Because the world needs more light right now.

CHARLESTON - Cotton Blanket by Alison Mc Kenna

FARLEY 2 - Cotton Blanket by Alison Mc Kenna

FARLEY 1 - Cotton blanket by Alison Mc Kenna


BYZANCE is a creative studio based in Paris and founded by Laïs Duruy and Claire Le Bouteiller. Constantly abreast of new experiences, they work in the fields of identity design, art direction, graphic & pattern design and illustration. They collaborated with brands like Kenzo, Universal and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Their work for ZigZagZurich is inspired by journeys and landscapes.

"We wanted to play with the strands that become the edges of the brush drawings. Also, we imagined it as a framework, not a repeated pattern. It makes it a piece that is in between decorative and purposeful." - Byzance

Who are you?

We are Byzance, a creative studio founded by Laïs Duruy and Claire Le Bouteiller.

Where do you live?

We are based in Paris but we've been living in different countries before. 

What do you do?

We try to do what we love which means we open our practice of design as much as we can. Byzance is situated at the cross of graphic & pattern design, art direction and illustration. We also like flirting with other fields, as object and space design. 

Who & what inspires you?

Laïs: "I enjoy architecture and design".

Claire: "I love XX's century paintings".

We can name some great inspirations as Ettore Sottsass, Nathalie Du Pasquier, Serge Lutens, Viviane Sassen, Malin Gabriella Nordin.. The list is quite infinite. We can also be inspired by anything that surrounds us: a stormy sky, a wired fruit or a discussion. 

What doesn't inspire you?

It will sound mad but Graphic Design! It can be well done and beautiful but we like to look everywhere else for our inspirations. 

What projects have you been recently working on?

We are directing few photo and video campaigns for small and bigger companies. We are also working with art institutions on their global identity. Aside, we continue working on personal projects.

What projects in your lifetime have the most significance in your work?

We try to commission at least once a year a collective or personal exhibition. Last year, it was all about collaborations with craftsmen around the world. 

Where is design & art heading?

We like the fact that design and art are converging. We split our atelier with designers and artists friends. That gives us the possibility to push collaborations and share a common vision. 

What's wrong with design?

In France, there is till a tendency to label a designer with a distinct ability. "You are good in typography so you should work in the field of culture". We tried since the beginning of Byzance to extend our practice. As creative we have an artistic vision and we will collaborate with technical expert (scenographer, set designer, etc.) in each project that we start over.

What do you think are the most influential artists & designers in recent years?

Lately, we feel a return to the basis. We like the idea that contemporary artists might be inspired by their grand ma' needlework, the shape of a canteen carafe..

What artists and designers have inspired you in your lifetime?

To be a jack of all trades. The movement Art and Craft being a great example since XIX's century.

What would be your best destination in the world?

Both of us are globe-trotters. We are getting all around the world as much as possible. This year we are heading to Japan and Mexico.

Stuck on a desert island, three things that you couldn't be without?

Two bottles of water and a phone to call help?

What is your favourite colour and why?

Our favorite colors are always changing depending on our mood. 

Corinth 2

Corinth 1