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March 22, 2021
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Italy’s largest furniture company Natuzzi presents its Spring Summer proposals, bringing a Mediterranean breeze to every home.

Since its foundation in 1959, when Pasquale Natuzzi opened his first workshop, Natuzzi’s mission is to create harmony in the home, blending design, materials and colors. With a wide selection of furniture for the living room, the dining room and the bedroom, as well as lamps and accessories, Natuzzi has a distinctive position in the worldwide high-end market.

When Pasquale Natuzzi opened his first workshop in 1959, Natuzzi’s mission is to create harmony in the home, blending design, materials and colors

Natuzzi Spring Summer selection is a welcoming and elegant showcase of the Mediterranean lifestyle

From the very beginning, Natuzzi has been inextricably connected to Puglia, a dreamy land in the south of Italy with a typical Mediterranean climate, where the company has had its roots since its foundation, drawing inspiration from the uniqueness of its landscapes to spread in every home that unmistakable lifestyle based on harmony, conviviality and sharing. 

Natuzzi Spring Summer proposals for 2021 transform domestic spaces into warm and welcoming places through their organic and sinuous shapes, their natural soft tones and their genuinely Apulian inspiration. 

Natuzzi has been inextricably connected to Puglia, a dreamy land in the south of Italy

Argo Collection by Paola Navone

Inspired by a sort of imperfect beauty of the ever-changing surrounding nature, the Argo collection by Paola Navone relates to Earth and to the movements of the sea. With its soft, sinuous wide shapes, the Argo Sofa is the symbol of the Apulian way of interpreting life and the living space: inviting and enveloping, Natuzzi’s Argo sofa is perfect for domestic relaxation as an island of comfort in the living room.

Icon Sofa by Michele Menescardi

Created for Natuzzi by the multidisciplinary designer Michele Menescardi, the Icon sofa’s soft look evokes the huge visual comfort that has been characterizing Natuzzi’s sofas over the years. A modular system and a mix of special paddings guarantee both the maximum freedom of composition and perfect relaxing moments.

The Icon sofa by Michele Menescardi has a soft look that evokes a huge visual comfort, a characteristic of Natuzzi’s sofas over the years

Tide Bookcase by Nika Zupanc

Designed by Nika Zupanc as a part of the Deep collection, the Tide Bookcase draws its name and inspiration from an essential element for the Apulian pleasing climate and for Natuzzi’s identity: the Adriatic Sea.

The shapes of the waves are interpreted through a fluid succession of continuous curves that flows through all the collection, and in the Tide bookcase, where the shelves follow the wavy movement typical of the sea: this modular piece in powder-coated metal with a light gold finish creates a sinuous sense of movement in any interior, enriching the living area.

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Designed by Nika Zupanc as a part of the Deep collection, the Tide Bookcase draws its name and inspiration from the Adriatic Sea

Calçada Rug by Sopa Studio

In the Calçada rug by Sopa Design Studio, the inspiration of the sea is very clear: wool waves harmoniously meet in different shades of blue, simulating the pattern of ancient mosaics. Natuzzi’s Calçada rug is entirely made by hand, with fringes at the ends, a homage to the tradition of classic rugs.

The Calçada rug by Sopa Design Studio draws its inspiration from the marin

Silo Vases and Barrow Coffee Table by Marcel Wanders

Through the reinterpretation of traditional materials and aesthetic styles, Marcel Wanders celebrates the ancestral heritage of Puglia in the Natuzzi Agronomist collection: the Silo vases and the Barrow coffee table bring into every home the rural and sunny atmosphere of the typical Apulian farms, in the countryside surrounded by olive trees.

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