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Natuzzi Italia at Salone del Mobile Milano.Shanghai 2019

THE NEW COLLECTION IS INTRODUCED TO THE CHINESE MARKET

SHANGHAI. Natuzzi Italia takes part in the fourth edition of the Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai 2019, from 20th to 22nd of November, at the Shanghai Exhibition Center. The fair has the purpose to extend the “Salone di Milano” boundaries in China.

 

For the occasion, Natuzzi shows the best of the 2019 collection. Experiential rooms, inspired by Apulian landscapes, give life to Natuzzi Italia collection. The customer lives an immersive experience in Apulian lands with its colours, smells and flavours.

 

The main star is the Ergo bedroom collection, designed by Ross Lovegrove and winner of the prestigious Red Dot Award 2019 for its organic design inspired by nature shapes and the use of sustainable and recyclable materials. Ergo is the perfect synthesis of the brand’s evolutionary journey. The collection includes a bed, chaise-longue, chandelier, valet stand, chest of drawers, floor lamp, rug and mirror.

 

For the living area, the Dandy collection by Marcel Wanders is shown, a balance between Apulian and metropolitan atmospheres and inspired by a globetrotter’s return to origins: a cosmopolitan dandy who always ends up back in his motherland. The Dandy collection includes Skyline sofa, Shield stools and Dove chaise longue.

 

Bernhardt & Vella’s Amalia collection of seats is shown also. Born from the result of juxtapositions of architectural geometric shapes and full soft volumes to create a comfortable oasis to relax, Amalia is a perfect balance between classic and contemporary style.

 

Campus is also displayed. It’s a system of modular furnishings designed by Mauro Lipparini. Seats, wall units, dining tables and sideboard chairs offer a wide range of versatility to personalize the Living and Dining area.

 

Selva completes the collections shown in Shanghai. A modular living system, designed by the Spanish designer Enrique Martí, that connect two different aesthetics and artistic languages, Futurism and Art Nouveau.

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