Zieta Studio at The Hotel Show Dubai 2022

24 – 26 May 2022, Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE

Tajdo, The European Hotel, Warsaw, photo by Ernest Wińczyk

Zieta Studio kindly invites you for the undisputed leader in the Middle East for the hospitality

sector – The Hotel Show Dubai.


We are very excited to be part of this event. This time, during our presence in Dubai, we will present our classic objects such as the PLOPP stool or the lightest chair in the world ULTRALEGGERA and new products; TAFLA mirrors in many types of finishes, accessories and spectacular CRYSTALS coffee table.

24 – 26 May 2022

Dubai World Trade Centre

Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, UAE

Stand #3A119, Hall 3

Opening hours:

Tues, 24th May 11am – 7pm

Wed, 25th May 11am – 7pm

Thurs, 26th May 11am – 7pm

Parova Vases, Ultraleggera Chair,  photo by Ernest Wińczyk

Triglav Candelabrum,  photo by Ernest Wińczyk

The Hotel Show is the largest and most important event for the hospitality sector in the Middle East and hosts the latest products and services for all aspects of the hotel, catering and leisure sector.


Exhibitors can get in contact with key industry professionals from around the world like hotel managers, architects, designers and purchasing agents. The Hotel Show features include the Middle East Spa Summit for all questions about hotel spas as well as a comprehensive conference programme that offers insights to design trends and the technology of the future.


The Hotel Show Dubai has redefined the hospitality and leisure market for the region and the world, bringing innovation and new ideas to the sector. As the city has emerged to one of the world’s foremost travel and tourism destinations. The event showcasing products across interiors, lighting and design, technology, security, catering equipment and more.

Triglav Candelabrum, Ultraleggera Chair,  photo by Ernest Wińczyk

Crash Vases,  photo by Ernest Wińczyk


Unobtrusive deformation

CRASH VASES reflect the “controlled loss of control” technique. The vases embrace the notion of deformation. Grouped together, they open a narrative of simplicity, supported by irregular foundations displaying the vividness of steel.



Architectural candelabrum

TRIGLAV is a steel candleholder inspired by slender and soaring Gothic vaults. Its three arms of various heights are like modern tower constructions—delicate in their verticality but stable and unyielding.



The world’s lightest chair

In 1957 the Italian designer Gio Ponti created the Superleggera chair, weighing only 1,700 grams. In 2019, Oskar Zięta took up the featherweight challenge. He introduced ULTRALEGGERA, a stable, modern chair that broke the record, weighing 1,660 grams. It is supported by an ultra-lightweight durable frame manufactured in the innovative FiDU technology, with a laser-cut seat and backrest. Everything is made of one material: top-quality aluminium. ULTRALEGGERA follows the philosophy of mono-material thinking and is fully recyclable, meeting the requirements of the circular economy.

Tafla O Mirror, Yestersen, photo by Pion Studio

Rondo Mirror, photo by  Weronika Trojanowska

Parova Vases, Chippensteel 0.5 Chair,  photo by Ernest Wińczyk


Liquid droplets

TAFLA O—a subtle, jewel-like steel drop to be placed on a wall. An addition that complements interiors and allows the story to unravel in space, reflecting a single plot or myriad plots in the surface.



Mirrored sculpture

A functional and artistic object, RONDO expands the definition of a mirror and the concept of reflection simultaneously. A three-dimensional steel blown mirror designed with passion constantly engages in a rounded dialogue with the surroundings.



Fusion of tradition and innovation

CHIPPENSTEEL 0.5 is a fine example of blending the FiDU process and craftsmanship. Its 2D form is cut from a metal sheet and goes through a process of welding and inflating to become a functional, three-dimensional chair. The latest optimal form of CHIPPENSTEEL 0.5 emerged from executing numerous experiments, prototypes and design processes.

This catalogue was financed by Go to Brand  3. 3. 3. programme – a part of EU funds

photo by Łukasz Gawroński

Oskar Zięta is an architect and a designer of processes, an artist merging in his projects the advanced technologies with forms that cross the limits of geometry and play with the senses. The iconic representative of his style is the PLOPP stool (2008), as well as the architectonic sculptures in the public space: WIR (2017) in Warsaw, and NAWA, a sculptural pavilion on Daliowa Island in Wrocław (2017).


Oskar Zięta’s design and artistic activity has been repeatedly awarded the most important awards, among others the Designpreis Award, Red Dot and Audi Mentor Preis, Must Have, as well as a nomination for the Schweizer Design Preis. In 2019, his NAWA was nominated for the prestigious European Mies van der Rohe award. Moreover, Oskar Zięta has collaborated with brands such as Audi, Architonic, Rado and Pirelli. His works are in several dozen museums around the world, including the collections of the Museum für Gestaltung in Zurich, the Pinakothek in Munich, the Jerke Museum and the Pompidou Center in Paris.