While staying true to the values and know-how that we have built up over 60 years of furnituremaking, the Natuzzi Editions collection is now even more dynamic and distinctive, offering a variety of quality products – in a wide range of colours, styles, sizes, functions and prices – made with people and the environment very much in mind. “Crafted for Humans” is the claim chosen to communicate this new identity, a new direction for a brand that is increasingly focused on achieving a blend of beauty, comfort and hospitality in various unique and surprising ways. A novel approach to contemporary living that starts with a lifestyle transformation, aiming to achieve a design concept that brings together style, refinement and excellent craftsmanship.
The collection includes new models of sofas and armchairs that broaden our range of upholstered furniture, thus opening it up to new styles, each with its own contemporary flair, balancing coherence and simplicity of shape with great Natuzzi comfort. Italian design products with elegant proportions, essential understated shapes, in an impressive assortment of versions.
NatuzziEditions_KARTUNThe new pieces at the stand include the Kartun sofa designed by architect Maurizio Manzoni. Kartun features well-defined volumes and measured proportions. A series of elements with a geometric layout, giving it a versatility that allows you to put together your very own sofa, where you can look forward to creative conversations, snuggling up with a book or just chilling out.
NatuzziEditions_MODUSModus is the perfect symbiosis between style and function. With its robust, angular design, its latestgeneration recliner mechanisms provide the finest in tailored comfort. Its wooden feet, made up of two slim wedges, further embellish its design.
NatuzziEditions_MODUSThe simplicity and geometric purity of its shapes are the essential features of the George sofa. Linearity of design and outstanding comfort strike a perfect balance in the electric reclining mechanisms that adjust the positions of both headrest and seat. The rounded wooden feet supporting the sofa are visually very striking.
NatuzziEditions_GEORGEThe Wessex sofa, designed by the architect Maurizio Manzoni, is a project combining lightness, simplicity and a minimalist design, complemented by armrests with diamond-shaped quilting that add a certain sartorial elegance.
NatuzziEditions_WESSEXThe new armchairs include Wally's sumptuous curves – a sophisticated modern take on the classic tub armchair – enhanced by the softness of the velvet fabric. Designed as a comfortable, inviting shell, Poli is a compact armchair supported by a metal structure that wraps around the seat part. Elegance and comfort combined with Natuzzi quality.
NatuzziEditions_WALLYImmenso, designed by the Brazilian firm Lattog Design, is inspired by natural shapes, enabling its seats, backrests and armrests together to form soft minimalist geometries. The electric mechanism enables you to slide the seats to just the right depth, while the manually adjustable armrests give rise to a whole new Natuzzi Editions world of absolute comfort. Immenso can be arranged into various different configurations, according to the space available and your own personal needs, as it comprises a series of seats, a chaise longue and some backless seating modules.
NatuzziEditions_IMMENSONatuzzi Editions have also come up with some significant new upholstery options, launching the revolutionary new Aquaclean® fabrics, which allow you to get rid of stains using nothing more than water. Available in five colours variants, Aquaclean® are stain-resistant, scratch-resistant, antibreakage and antistatic finishes, particularly suitable for families with children and/or pets, featuring an exclusive technology that covers each fibre with an invisible molecular layer, which prevents dirt from penetrating into the fabric. The new fabrics contain no PFCs (Fluorocarbons and Perfluorocarbons), nor are any substances harmful to human or animal health or to the environment used to make them.
Hall 10.1 - Stand B010/B030
Natuzzi on Archiproducts