El Paso Cabinet
El Paso cabinet by Giulio Cappellini has a minimalist appeal with maximalist functions. Cappellini designed the doors to open on hinges specific to the piece, eliminating the handles or any other decorative element. This choice allows viewers to gaze uninterrupted on clean lines and extreme linearity, making the design almost architectural. El Paso is further animated by the delightful chromatic contrasts. The interior shelves come in a matte lacquered in anthracite color or, upon request, in all the colors from the collection, which sets off the doors matte lacquered or golly finished doors (in the colors from the collection) or in the new glossy metallic lacquered finish (in 4 shades).
The SOFT SIDE of Cappellini
Giulio Cappellini, trained architect, joined his family business of about fifteen employees in 1979 to push his creativity and adventurous attitude. Cappellini’s iconic works include the iconic Gong tables and the 2020 edition of the Petit Quack system. Through these works, and his company as a whole, sustainability is at the forefront. Longevity in design, meaning products that detach from “throwaway” culture, is extremely important to the designer and the brand. Marcel Wanders, a designer scouted by Cappellini as a young professional, has obtained a Greenguard Gold Certification for his products, a standard that guarantees maximum control of emissions for products designed with attention to health and wellness.
Giulio Cappellini continues to use his curiosity to experiment and take risks. Through this, he has become known around the world for his ambition and dedication to contemporary design.
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