All three ranges are now live at the VDF products fair, which has been developed as an affordable way for designers and brands to showcase new products.
Reale was designed by Italian architect, designer and photographer Mollino for Zanotta in 1946, and is best known for its skeletal body.
The version that DDC is presenting at the fair is Zanotta's updated model from its 2020 Mollino Collection, which is larger in size than the original and features legs with a deeper incline.
Paola Lenti's playful Telar seating collection features a matching chaise, ottoman and dining chair that are designed for outdoor use and distinguished by bodies of colourful, woven elastic belts.
The collection was chosen by DDC for embodying the "joyful sophistication" of the Italian brand.
RODA's Piper 103 sofa is also made for outdoor use and distinguished by woven belts of coloured fabric but offers a more muted colour palette.
It is celebrated by DDC as versatile "modular element" that can be teamed with a mix of other seating from RODA's vast Piper range.