With designers pouring in so much ingenuity in terms of aesthetics and functionality, the furniture market is filled with products that display design innovation and unconventionality. Progetti Compiuti, a chest of drawers collection by Cappellini, is one such set. It is designed by Japanese mastermind Shiro Kuramata and displays out of the box thinking and design resourcefulness. The designer’s unique and clean-lined designs make a resounding impression on everyone.
Progetti Compiuti Chest of Drawers Collection by Cappellini encompasses three kinds of designs. The first one exhibits a beautiful, curvaceous form sculpted out of an ash frame in stained black finish. It stands on castors and proudly flaunts white matt lacquered drawers and brushed steel hardware. The second one consists of black stained ash drawers propped up on metal legs and black varnished metal hardware. The third one has a set of 49 drawers in differing shapes and sizes fitted perfectly in a square silhouette. It has a castor-propped ash black frame and drawers finished in white lacquered wood and brushed steel hardware. A good mix of different geometric shapes makes the Progetti Compiuti Chest of Drawers Collection unrivaled in terms of beauty, versatility, and flexibility. It has a strong undercurrent of a two-toned aesthetic and is both functional and appealing. Its varying compositions have been designed to fit different settings and design themes and do so with ease.
The Milan-based furniture house Cappellini is known for producing designs that delight visually and form an inseparable part of furniture design history. Its designs exemplify the late Shiro Kuramata’s experimental temperament with furniture design.
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