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Natuzzi Contract restyles one of the dressing rooms of the Arcimboldi Theatre

“Vietato l’ingresso” (No entry) is the name of the TAM project which involves some of the most noteworthy creative thinkers from the worlds of design, architecture and interior décor.

Natuzzi Contract has partnered up with N+M Studio to design and furnish one of the seventeen gorgeous dressing rooms at the Arcimboldi Theatre in Milan.

An original project which will allow the theatre to open to the general public again in a novel way after a year of enforced closure,
launching a message of inclusiveness and creating the conditions for some extraordinary partnerships with some of the most remarkable creative minds from the world of design, architecture and interior décor as well as leading companies from the sector.

The dressing room designed by Nick Maltese N+M Studio is number 17 and it has sparked the creation of Enfasi,
a project which springs up between tensions and contrasts, accompanying the metamorphosis of the artist and becoming an aesthetic expression within the dressing room”.

The space has been furnished with bespoke products made especially for this highly exclusive project.

The project that pleases the public most will be put forward for the redesign of the “Muti dressing room” dedicated to the acclaimed conductor Riccardo Muti who inaugurated it when the theatre opened: 40 sq. metres which have welcomed and will continue to welcome some truly great names (not only) from show business from Italy and beyond, such as Roberto Bolle, Sylvie Guillem, Ludovico Einaudi, Paolo Conte, Bob Dylan, the Dalai Lama, Sting, Sir Elton John, Liza Minelli, Burt Bucharach and many Bacharach more.

A host of activities have been organised to entertain visitors during their time at the theatre as they wander round and form their opinions on the Vietato l’ingresso (No Entry) projects.

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