Proust Geometrica designed by Alessandro Mendini for Cappellini


Cappellini: Available at Poltrona Frau Group Miami in the Miami Design District.

Poltrona Frau Group comprises of the  world’s most coveted furnishings brands—Poltrona Frau, Cappellini, Cassina, Alias, and Nemo Cassina Lighting.

Cappellini began operations in 1946. It is an important company in the high-end furnishing sector, thanks to its significant catalogue of innovative international designers and its production of pieces that embodies great creativity, image and notoriety. The company image is strongly associated with the world of experimentation and the research of design, which has given the Cappellini brand considerable international repute and recognition. Cappellini products are exhibited in the most important museums of the world, such as the Museum of Modern Art, NY - which has 32 Cappellini pieces in its permanent collection, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and the Centre Pompidou in Paris.

Residential furnishing: The “Collezione” catalogue comprises products made in cooperation with innovative contemporary designers and includes iconic pieces (such as the S Chair by Tom Dixon and the Knotted Chair by Marcel Wanders), as well as products for everyday use (such as Oblong Sofas and the Low Pad chair by Jasper Morrison). The “Sistemi” catalogue is one of Cappellini’s most successful product lines, with a wide range of solutions for residential and office projects, together with units and storage systems (free-standing vertical, recessed and wall-mounted), cupboards, bookshelves and shelving systems.

Contract: Cappellini’s work in the furniture supply sector is carried out using catalogue products for interiors installed in high-profile public areas or institutions, including the Tate Modern Gallery in London, designed by Jasper Morrison and the Restaurant Georges at the Centre Pompidou designed by Jakob and MarcFarlane. Cappellini dedicates particular attention to the hospitality sector (lounges, bars, restaurants, spas and hotels).