The structure of the Branch Table is composed of identical ramified elements made of die-cast aluminium: for this product, designer Jakob Wagner created a series of seamlessly interconnecting elements in continuous movement, resulting in a base that is simple, yet complex, and makes the table stable and lightweight. This single component can be repeated numerous times to create a family of tables of varying dimensions.
Easy to assemble and suitable for both residential and contract settings, the Branch Table is compact during transport. The table top is available in several versions: extra-light glass; matte lacquered in the colors from the collection; wood (oak with a natural or wengé finish, black canaletto walnut). The base comes with a matte finish, in white, anthracite or mud.
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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.