Table and bench in walnut from five different countries: Australia, Africa, America, Asia and Europe.

Depth
80cm
Height
72cm
Structure
Fir honeycomb, medium-density fibre conglomerate panels
Top and Base Colour
Rovere Oak 133 Rovere Naturale/Natural Oak
Top and Base Finish
RO wood
Width
315cm
Year
2000

Table and bench in wood. Fir Honeycomb, Medium-Density Fibre Conglomerate , panel structure.

Available in natural or wenge-stained oak.


Claudio Silvestrin

Born in 1954, Claudio Silvestrin studied at the A.G. Fronzoni school in Milan and later in London where he currently works. He is passionate about domestic and commercial spaces, museum, galleries and designs for Armani, Calvin Klein and Cappellini. His way of working is rigid but not extreme, contemporary but timeless. Silvestrin reaches a minimalism that is not a style, but rather a way of being, a strong reaction against noise and disorder. His work is timeless, noble and pleasant, intellectual and silent, and shows impeccable attention to perfect details.


Cappellini faced the new millennium inextricably linked to the world of images, exploration and research.