The sensibility of frenchCALIFORNIA’s aesthetic principles interprets Cappellini with a soft, neutralized aura, perhaps suitable for the home of an art collector. As Giulio Cappellini states, “Residenza Cappellini is a multicultural project where the past meets the future. Contamination of heritages, cultures, and design philosophies make this home quite contemporary, merging the DNA of frenchCALIFORNIA and Cappellini”.
With a sophisticated subtlety, iconic pieces such as Giulio’s Cappellini’s Dolmen, and Marc Newson’s Embryo Chair, pair harmoniously with rugs from Kasthal, lamps by Foscarini, and fine art provided by Salomon Art Gallery located in Tribeca. In addition, the study featuring the Aliante bookshelf by Rodolfo Dordoni and Mr. Cappellini, is encased with a bespoke wall covering by Brooklyn based Calico Wallpaper. Although thematically vintage, the penthouse apartment extends to an outstanding terrace featuring Cappellini’s new Lido Collection, a new outdoor line headlined by the Litos sofa, designed by Sebastian Herkner, and Jasper Morrison’s classic Thinking Man’s Chair. With a backdrop of Manhattan’s skyline framed by uniquely arched windows, Residenza Cappellini again brings Cappellini to the forefront of what it means to live beautifully, dream, and smile.