Natuzzi Italia opened its fifth Florida location, this time in the Miami Design District, with an event held by Pasquale Natuzzi, Jr., son of the brand’s founder Pasquale Natuzzi. Guests included Interni EIC Gilda Bojardi, Deputy Consul General Italy Vita Maria Valluzzi, artist Charley Vezza, designer Stefano Siletti, and former soccer player Christian Vieri, and were treated to DiSaronno cocktails and music by Alexandra Richards. The night also marked the launch of “Natuzzi Open Art” in the United States with a site-specific artwork by French-born multi-media artist Adrien Missika, curated by Myriam Ben Salah.
Located at 3818 N. Miami Ave, the new store features high-end furnishings for every room of the home, including an extensive collection of sofas, armchairs, furniture, and accessories that combine Italian luxury and modern style. “The 6,500-square-foot store is presented as a Total Living collection of the finest leather and upholstered sofas and chairs, beautiful wooden furniture for the living room and bedroom, and accent lamps, accessories and rugs, which are all made in Italy by the world’s most talented craftsmen,” said Joe Mirabile, franchise owner.