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Paolo Castelli highlights the ability to work adeptly with different materials through a four-piece design capsule.
September 5, 2021 - September 10, 2021
Presented both at supersalone and within the Paolo Castelli showroom on Via San Carpoforo for Milan Design Week. Highlighting the ability to adeptly work with different materials, the pair has created a capsule of four design pieces. Made using stone, ceramics, glass, leather, and metal, the collection features the director-like U CHAIR, the understated, modern LENS coffee tables, and two variations of the COMET lamps, which eclipse traditional floor and table lamp archetypes with their O-shaped light and rectangular base.
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