The Cappellini brand presented its own eclectic, anti-conventional vision of living during Design Week in Paris, which was held from 17 to 21 January.
They prepared two original exhibition projects, both located at the spaces in the brand’s showroom in the city of Paris.
Charming atmospheres were the main feature of these installations, which combined classic and contemporary styles to offer an interesting mix of traditional and cutting-edge production.
Iconic pieces and new furniture were selected to accurately present the brand’s ability to create solutions that are more than just seasonal trends.
Many of the company’s bestsellers were showcased in the exhibition, such as the compact sofas Orla and Superoblong Bed with their soft shapes, the sculptural S-Chair and the architectural desk Radical Fake by Patricia Urquiola. Next to these icons, Cappellini also launched some new pieces, including the marble table Dolmen and the sideboard El Paso, both created by Giulio Cappellini. In addition, visitors were able to see the premier presentation of the Roquebrune sofa by Carlo Colombo.
This simple but elegant exhibition presented the classic style typical of Parisian homes, in which the sophisticated pale colors alternate with livelier hues just like in a real painting.