The Dami lamps collection recalls the shape of glass demijohns traditionally used for wine fermentation. The diffuser is in mouth-blown glass with a metallic shade, to obtain a strong luminous impact. Available in the ceiling version, floor version with metal base and countertop.
LAF vases reshapes and simplifies an archetype of a bronze vase, proposed with a clean and contemporary finish. The scratching technique enriches the central ring with an artfully created texture.
For the 60th anniversary of the Natuzzi group, Madre Terra is celebrated with the materials found in nature (terracotta, clay) in a revisited local tradition. The capasone, a clay vessel for wines and oils typical of the Mediterranean area today is used as a decorative element of the splendid Apulian gardens. It has been redesigned in 2.0 form for Natuzzi Italia by Ugo La Pietra, which enhances the hand-turned vase with a matte finish and an engraving that becomes poetry.
Like a panorama of Alberobello, in Apulia, the Dandy collection of five local stone candle holders resemble the skyline of this town, reproducing different geometries and shapes of the rooftops, a typical construction that is unique to the area.
The past meets the future. Magna Grecia is a printed motif inspired by a sumptuous wooden ceiling with golden hexagonal coffers, typical of the Baroque churches of Salento. The pattern is repeated shading or placed in the centre and shaded, creating a mystical optical effect.
Junah vase is inspired by an ancient clay object from the Mediterranean area.
A classical amphorae reference, Ambula proposes the cultural contamination of the Mediterranean area, which has shaped and enriched the Apulian heritage and tradition with excellent results.
The 'tuttotondo' (sculpture’s technique) of prehistoric Venus and hand-turned clay is proposed in iconic Eard vase with exalted roundness and classic two-color inspiration.
Hand made products that contain Apulian perfumes. Scented candles or interior fragrances with extracts of natural oils, Trullini are composed of five olfactory areas recognizable by the color and the top shape, which in the Apulian Trulli is a true signature. Once the perfume is finished, this object can be used as a functional container for small precious objects.
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