A casual, relaxed appeal characterizes the Basket 011 sofa, created for Cappellini by the French designer-duo, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. The collection, composed of a two and three-seater sofa and a wide armchair, provides the opportunity to play with chromatic pairings, both classic and pop.
The Basket 011 sofa is supported by a matte varnished metal structure in white, red, anthracite or mud. The removable covering is available in the fabrics and leathers from the collection; the cushion covers can also be made combining different fabrics and leathers.
The top cushions are stitched to the large bottom cushion and then fastened to the structure with velcro. The back cushions are interconnected by zipper, and the armrests are sewn to the backrest. The loose back and arm cushions are identical in size and density.
With Basket 011 sofas, designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, optimal comfort and maximum color customization are guaranteed.
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Cappellini was founded in 1946 by Enrico Cappellini in the Italian Brianza region, north of Milan. Cappellini began as a furniture maker specializing in wooden furniture and case goods. After Enrico’s son Giulio joined the company, bringing a passion for art & design, Cappellini experienced a creative evolution that has placed them at the forefront in the world of design and furnishings.
Cappellini’s collections are known for tapping new trends and far-flung talents; often described as a 'tutti-frutti' affair, with minimalism offered up alongside pop fashion, technology, and amoebic forms. Cappellini is proud to have 18 pieces included in the permanent Design Collection at the Museum of Modern Art.