This year, Natuzzi Italia has decided to welcome contradiction. The brand has reconciled classic forms and modern interpretations by creating living spaces centered on harmony. This salute to the congruence of opposites befits the multi-faceted lifestyle of individuals today: whether in daytime or nighttime, in company or alone, in silence or in boisterous laughter.

The brand has also decided to underline its Italian heritage through collaborations with renowned designers Claudio Bellini, Maurizio Manzoni and Roberto Tapinassi of StudioMEMO. Together, they have ushered in a new collection inspired by the great works of Italian art.



Designed by Claudio Bellini, Don Giovanni is a sofa that alludes to the 1787 Italian opera of the same name. With music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, it was inspired by the legend of Don Juan, a fictional philanderer. With its sinuous lines and form, the Don Giovanni sofa brings an air of sophistication in both classically-inspired and contemporary interiors.

Another featured model in the collection, the Trevi sofa, reflects a fresher approach to design. Designed by Manzoni and Tapinassi of StudioMEMO, it recalls the famous Fontana di Trevi in Rome. Its rounded arms and low backrest call to mind the sculptural bodies and stone bases that spread about the fountain. With its open base, the Trevi appears light and graceful, complementing the generous proportions of the sofa itself.

Like all of Natuzzi Italia’s past collections, the sofas are customisable, catering to the diverse tastes and needs of clients. The Don Giovanni comes in two sizes, while the Trevi is flexible and its modular form can be arranged to accommodate more seating and variations in position, armrests, and cushions. Both may be ordered in textile or leather, with different colors, materials, and grades to choose from.


Come home to a total look in total harmony—see the new collection at the Natuzzi Italia in MOs Design today.