Cappellini is a historic Italian family business of design furniture, founded in Carugo in 1946 by Enrico Cappellini. Synonymous of originality, contemporaneity and experimentation, the Cappellini brand produces quality furnishings, never insubstantial and able to customize any residential and contract space. Born as an artisan company, the collections are characterized by refined simplicity and personality, dictated by the great names of international design, discovered by the talent scout and corporate designer Giulio Cappellini. We talk about Jasper Morrison, Marc Newson, Tom Dixon, Marcel Wanders, the Bouroullec brothers and Nendo, designers of works such as the Cloud bookcase, the Knotted Chair, Embryo Chair, Pylon Chair and many others, which have now become internationally recognized icons of the brand and exhibited in the most important museums in the world such as the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the MoMA in New York and the Center Pompidou in Paris. Other creations that have contributed to forming Cappellini’s essence are the Proust armchair by Aleesandro Mendini and the Side 2 chest of drawers from the Progetti Compiuti collection. The Cappellini collection flexibly translates every need for contemporary furniture, and bridges the gap between avant-garde design and traditional furniture.