The Hessentia furniture line designed by the Cornelio Cappellini factory is replenished with new items. So, the range of the materials also expanded. The collection was created together with the designers Claudio Cappellini and Luca Erba and was presented at the last exhibition in Milan. The philosophy of Hessentia is based on the understanding of modern luxury as the quintessence of elegance, quality, and comfort. All pieces of furniture are made as art objects, and they are pleasant to touch: tactile surfaces are part of the brand's DNA.
Reinterpreting the traditional technique with a modern twist, Hessentia's Enigma coffee tables feature a code pattern with an optical effect. In the collection, black and white wooden tiles are inlaid on the sides of the tables, creating a digital pattern. The finish, called Matrix, is available in either natural or high-gloss lacquer.
Created by expert craftsmen, the Enigma collection pays homage to vintage 18th-century cabinetmaking techniques while introducing a distinctive contemporary element. The inlaid pattern brings a modern touch to traditional cabinet-making methods.
Tables come in different shapes and sizes. The items are made from kapok wood that is exported from Central Africa.
Cornelio Cappellini is an Italian-based company that manufactures contemporary furniture. The family company was founded in the 1950s of the last century in Brianza. Located near Milan, the area is considered a world leader for its outstanding creative abilities.
The company takes the name of its founder, Cornelio Cappellini. The Made in Italy product concept is a fundamental value for Cornelio, and it is adhered to at every stage of production, from design to the final realization of each product.
Each item is actually unique and always has a few differences compared to the previous one, even if it is the same type of product. The most modern technologies are present in the various production departments, but always and only to serve the handmade concept.
The materials used in production processes are characterized by their own characteristics, whether wood, glass, ceramics, leather, or other natural materials. Each product from the collection is the result of a combination of materials and production methods, where craftsmanship handed down from generation to generation is combined with the most modern technology.