15 October 2015
Cappellini’s 2016 Collection takes us on a trip around the world. Giulio Cappellini has once again shown us his ability to find new talents across the globe. Abie Abdillah, from Jakarta, has designed rattan seating. A Swedish designer designed a wood and embroidered seat that takes inspiration from nature, with the figures of deer in the woods, polar bears on ice, and a heron in the swamp. Mac Stopa, from Poland, founder of Massive design, created “Drum”, an imposing armchair and ottoman. Sebastian Herkner, who was born and continues to live and work in Germany, designed “Telo Lounge”, a series of modular chairs in metal and grosgrain. Another German, Werner Aisslinger, designed the “Juli-Jubilee” chair, upholstered in a floral pattern. Belgian-born Maarten De Ceulaer designed “Nex Mutation”, an ottoman that resembles cell structure. Luisa Kahifeldt, hailing from Berlin, created the “Next Cardboard Stool”, made of rolled cardboard. The English designer Martjin Rigters molded a sofa much like pleated fabric.