Cap Martin Sunset Sofa
Designer Carlo Colombo found his inspiration for the Cap Martin Sunset sofas in the elegantly vintage atmospheres of the 1950’s. The elegance of the sofas is emphasized by the arm rests, trimmed with double stitching and gros-grain and equipped with concealed zippers. The loose pillows, with detachable covers in leather and fabric, give the collection a hint of relaxed informality which is also reflected in the slender tubular metal structure, studied to make the seats appear extremely light.
The Cap Martin Sunset can be arranged into numerous layouts, thanks to the different modules available: two and three-seaters, central and end units, chaise longue, a corner element and pouf.
Cappellini Master 2021
The SOFT SIDE of Cappellini
Born in Carimate, Italy, Carlo Colombo is one of the designers with whom Cappellini has established one of the strongest and most pleasurable professional collaborations. Thanks to his versatility, Carlo Colombo has worked on numerous projects, most prominently the Zigo Zago carpet, the Hot Palm Springs sofa, and the Ministeel table series.
He has overseen the refurbishing of public and private buildings such as showrooms, offices, restaurants, and villas while providing consulting for the furniture sector's leading companies.
To this day, Carlo Colombo works for Moroso, Poliform, Varenna, Poltrona Frau, and Flou. Among his most noteworthy accomplishments is the Tokyo “Designer of the Year” award in 2004 and the Hong Kong Louvre Gallery's creation, an exhibition space for top-quality design products.