Passepartout - frame
Passepartout - frame
Passepartout - frame

Passepartout - frame
Cappellini

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The Passepartout bookshelf, designed by Giulio Cappellini and Rodolfo Dordoni, is composed of a case with a frame on only one side (when placed against a wall) or both sides (when used as a partition). The structure is made of honeycomb fir, lacquered with a matte or glossy finish, in all the colours of the collection, and the frame is available in the same finishes; ton-sur-ton or in a contrasting colour. 

Passepartout can be used as a single furnishing element, or integrated with the Cappellini Systema.

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Lead Time - 17 weeks

The Milanese architect has worked since 1979 with the spirit and the aims of a man in continuous renewal. Over the years, his work has turned to be the designer’s one, proposing a personal reading of contemporary design, both for the brand bringing his name in the world, and as art director of other important design brands. His more important project, the “company”, transformed Cappellini into one of the biggest “trend setters” worldwide. Big interest is always present for his lectures at the Milan Architecture University, at the Domus Academy and worldwide, from Montreal to Valencia.

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