The Argo sofa, with its imperfect beauty and Mediterranean colors, evokes the sea and the Apulian roots of Natuzzi, which the designer Paola Navone has interpreted with mastery.
The results are also based on collaboration with the company’s in-house styling division, capable of creating products that reflect the craftsmanship, tradition and culture of Apulia.
The sofa becomes a protagonist of the living area with its ample forms and soft, almost pop look. Argo is a two or three-seat sofa, also available in a swivel armchair version. The feet are low, almost invisible, developed by Navone to increase the sensation of comfort. The eye-catching details are undoubtedly the two giant braces that sink into the back, passing through it to underscore the effect of softness. But also the belt on the back, making the sofa an ideal choice for use at the center of the room. Particular care has gone into the upholstery, thanks to the use of materials that combine strength and softness.
The collection is completed by the chaise longue Sleeping Argo, which moves sinuously to encourage relaxation thanks to electrical mechanisms, based on Natuzzi’s know-how, activated with touch controls. The Mediterranean colors and atmospheres extend to the sinuous waves of the Calçada carpet by Sopa Studio. The particular weave simulates the patterns of antique mosaics and suggests the image of the sea, due to the various tones of blue and the alternation of two types of wool: bouclé and shaggy. Entirely made by hand, the Calçada carpet has an irregular form, highlighted by the fringe at the extremities.