Cappellini is one of the brands that made history of international design. Many are the artists that partnered with the company over the years, Joe Colombo, Jasper Morrison, Nendo e Fabio Novembre, just to mention a few. Focus on projectual research and materials had always been a priority for the company, pushing the brand towards new figurative vanguards, credit goes also to iconic products with a strong visual impact.
With these premises the award-winner designer Mac Stopa, projected Drum, a tribute to hexagonal drum pads from the '80s. The visual impact of geometric configurations turns into the designs of an armchair that can be arranged in a composition game of modular elements to accommodate any seating configuration for large open spaces. The upholstery is made of stretch fabric with the 3D print of a geometric tessellation pattern that gives the structure originality and some extra dynamism.
Ability to adapt to unexpected changes in life. This is the leitmotiv that embody the design of Adaptation sofa. A project that plays with optical illusion formed by the oblique line of the backrest and the structure, stimulating a falling effect, balanced by the irregular height of the cushion that, gradually growing in size, make the seat base perfectly parallel to ground level.