Timeless is an image of freedom and rebirth that the designer manages to capture and fix, almost stopping the passing of time.
Campus’s measured, sophisticated design makes it a modern yet timeless interpretation of classical forms.
Apulo is a project which, based on a careful reflection on the changing requirements of contemporary living, responds to the growing need to reconcile functionality and continuity in the domestic a
CHOCOLAT - COFFEE TABLE
Chocolat is a modern coffee table with distinctive geometric shape.
Nanà - chair
Nanà embodies the Natuzzi Italia mission of combining design, function, colours and materials to create harmonious products.
CAMPUS - coffee table
This collection of coffee tables distinguishes itself in virtue of its soft and harmonious lines. Continuous movements generate a refined aesthetic value.
BEAT - ARMCHAIR
Beat is a chair that echoes the enveloping concept of the sofa: like a corolla of petals, it contains and supports the seat with generous padding that is both welcoming and reassuring.
The Mediterranean lifestyle inspires Natuzzi Italia collections. Enjoy the Harmony of furniture crafted in Italy.
The Re-vive Quilted recliner emanates a visual sense of softness stressed by a refined decorative piping.
Drawing inspiration from Homer’s Odyssey, Paola Navone dreamt up a collection which lovingly awaits our return home ready to welcome us, soothe us and give us warmth.
ANEMONIA - MIRROR
The Anemonia mirror is a kind of installation that combines form and function in a decorative project with a unique, special soul.
VOYAGE DINING CHAIR
A monopod-style swivel armchair with sinuous and elegant lines, the Voyage dining chair completes the dining space of the Deep collection and integrates harmoniously into any environment.
Cape’s luxurious, nautical-influenced design is inspired by the colours of the sea and by the landscape of Puglia. It is part of the Oceanographer collection.
NODE - DIVIDER
The set also includes Node, an acoustic divider made up of two modular soundproof elements that reinterpret our way of experiencing domestic spaces, enabling us to divide them and carry ou