Since its inception in 1946, Cappellini has evolved as one of the world’s leading furniture manufacturers. Over the years, the brand has produced a number of diverse collections, most of them distinguished by refined simplicity that leaves the consumer with room for individual interpretation.
Notwithstanding its simplicity and minimalist aesthetic, Capellini products are imbued with character and distinctive style. Capellini continues to work with renowned designers from around the world and this allows the brand to experiment with different temperaments to create dynamic solutions for contemporary living.
Whether you choose functional pieces or decorative items, furniture for the living room, studio or the bedroom – every Cappellini piece is 100% made in Italy and it comes with an authentic and unique history. The brand’s commitment to innovation and experimentation has allowed it to become a popular choice for residential clients as well as for hotels, bars, lounges and restaurants. The iconic, avant-garde design has also led to a number of Cappellini products being displayed in museums around the world including the Centre Pompidou in Paris and London’s Victoria & Albert Museum respectively.
Since the 1980s, the brand has been known for working with new and emerging designers, many of whom went on to create their own legacies like Tom Dixon and Jasper Morrison. Giulio Cappellini, the art director of the family business, personally looks into the company’s product range and production strategies to ensure that every product upholds the Cappellini standard of perfection. Considering how he has been a pioneer of several new design trends, it comes as no surprise that he has been nominated as one of the most important trendsetters in the world by Time magazine.
Apart from design, aesthetics, comfort, functionality and innovation, another extremely important aspect for Cappellini is sustainability. All their products are designed with longevity in mind. The eco-friendly initiatives are not just limited to the production phase but it is also part of the shipping and packaging processes.