Natuzzi brings to the Salone del Mobile 2016 a totally new collection, first-time partnerships and innovative materials
Renowned furniture brand, Natuzzi, is back at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2016 to present the new Natuzzi Italia collection with its important innovations for the living area, the bedroom and dining zones with over 20 new models including sofas, beds, dining tables and chairs.
To this we can add the new Re-vive collection, featuring the only armchair in the world that reacts instinctively to your body movements, allowing you to find your ideal position. Rounding off the Natuzzi total living concept is a range of original furniture and accessory ideas with new lamps, coffee tables, carpets and vases.
The 2017 Collection is based on the concept of harmony: harmony between objects and people, making Natuzzi a “harmony maker”. These two words combined are at the very heart of Natuzzi Italia: harmony is a concept, it’s abstract, aspirational; maker is concrete, it embodies craftsmanship and construction, because all Natuzzi products are conceived, developed and manufactured within the Group.
The Herman sofa is the star of this year’s collection. The result of Studio Memo‘s creative work, Herman combines harmony, design and craftsmanship playing cleverly with shape and size. The seats are deep and welcoming, fitted with corner chaise-longue end pieces that allow you lie down comfortably. The backs are low and have matching cushions, while the armrests, enhanced by highly refined seams, emphasise the simple design of the sofa.
The metal exterior support – resembling a fin, from which the name Herman as a homage to Herman Melville, author of Moby Dick – surround both the backrest and the seat giving dynamism to the structure. Herman is a modular furnishing system that allows you to create linear, corner and peninsula compositions. The elements also include an armchair and coffee table in different shapes and sizes that can intersect with each other to create unique systems for the most diverse needs.
In the dining area, Natuzzi presents its new Leggero collection designed by Victor Vasilev. An elegant ensemble focused on formal lightness, Leggero is Vasilev’s homage to the master of industrual design Giò Pionti. This set, made of the Leggero dining table and the chair and armchair Lisa, features a unique dynamic lightness which is the result of the elimination of the superfluous.
Natuzzi will be at the Salone with the Natuzzi Editions product line presenting the new collection of leather sofas and armchairs, outstanding for their extreme comfort and the attributes for which Natuzzi is renowned: its great knowledge of leather-working and its extraordinary design and production skills.
Salone Internazionale del Mobile
12-17 April 2016
Natuzzi Italia: Pav. 16, booth E41-F40
Natuzzi Editions: Pav. 14, booth B18-B22
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