Natuzzi Italia at Milan Salone del Mobile 2018

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Natuzzi Italia pays homage to Nature and the perfect Harmony of its elements, also through next-generation technology. This is the brand’s concept for the 2018 Furniture Show where design meets the evolutions of the Smart Home and products are intelligent, integrated and interconnected.

Nature, in its primordial and perfect form, is celebrated by the Torsion table designed for Natuzzi Italia by architect Mario Bellini and by two collections, Agronomist and Oceanographer, from eclectic Dutch designer Marcel Wanders.

The smart living programme launched by Natuzzi Italia in partnership with LG opens the doors of the Internet of Things and “connects” Mauro Lipparini’s Colosseo sofa with the other elements in the home. Lights, TV, air purifier and, of course, the angle of the sofa’s seat and backrest cushions are activated according to whether you want to read, rest or watch the television.

Other new Natuzzi Italia collection products that will be presented in Milan include Icon by Michele Menescardi, which takes its inspiration from an authentic Natuzzi brand icon: the 641 model of 1989, whose “visual comfort” typified the Natuzzi style of the 1990’s. From the fervid imagination of Mauro Lipparini come Colosseo, a system of sofas, panelling and bedside tables; the Penelope and Cassia armchairs; the Armonica low cabinet and the Fil Rouge etagere.

Finally, there are also new products for the bedroom with the Venere collection by Bernhardt and Vella: equipped with a chest of drawers and bedside tables in the same style, the bed embodies a concept of beauty and grace that conserves the modesty of feminine charm.