Capital presents the New Collection 2022 at Fuorisalone Milan
Capital New Collection 2022
The New Collection 2022 has found its perfect stage inside the private showroom in Via Tortona, 37 – Milan. Not a simple exhibition space, but a scenographic place where you can savor the lifesyle of Capital.
An architecture of 250 square meters whose aesthetic impact is not only given by the vastness of the space, but also by its height: an area of two levels, with intersecting points of view that allow you to clearly perceive the inside thanks to the large windows.
The collection, housed in the showroom, emphasizes the company’s ability to push itself into the exploration of style and materials, creating a dialogue between the new accessories and those of the recent collections.
Among the new protagonists of the 2022 Collection designed by BOATTOMARTINOstudio:
Adam writing desk, elegance and versatility, a solid but light desk.
Loïc round table, also available as oval variant. Top in lacquered finish or glossy / matt wood. Bimateric legs characterized by a part in lacquered or glossy / opaque essence, and a part in marble.
Gala, the shape reminds vintage lines updated through the shapes of the seat, both of the external covering that surrounds it, in fabric or leather, to create a highly refined play of materials.
Papillon carpet, which together with the other 4 new proposals of handcrafted carpets creates a strong link with the artisan tradition, able to respond to the trends of modern environments and to the continuous changes in furnishing needs.
Dafne Armchair, the foam shell draws an enveloping backrest like a shell that welcomes and protects. The armchair has also a footrest.
Grand modular sofa, the modular seating system was born from the idea of an open project, to be composed with imagination and to be personalized with style.
Palladio cabinet, the Palladio collection is characterized by a classic and purely architectural design, combined with very clean and essential volumetric shapes. The front recalls, in fact, the ancient Renaissance arcades, defining a rhythm of arches that identify each door. The “jewel” body embellishes the product with a golden metal band.