We love the Otto table by Paolo Cappello. Otto combines Wooden beech branch-shaped legs that give an air of instability and tempered glass. We have to say it once again, Italians do it better.

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About Paolo Cappello

Born in 1980 in Verona.

Graduated in Industrial Design at Politecnico di Milano.
After a three years collaboration with Ludovica+Roberto Palomba in Milan, in 2007 he setup his own studio in Verona where he collaborates with other professionals in architecture, communication and graphics.

He received many international prizes for his works, most recent ones have been:

2008 Promosedia International Design Competition
2008 Greener Gadgets Design Competition
2008 Swarowsky Crystal Visions
2009 Antoniolupi Design Competition
2009 Progetto Deco Design Competition
2009 Ossigeno Italiano Prize by Abitare Magazine

Paolo also collaborates with Rolling Stone magazine writing the design column for the online edition.

Paolo’s works have been featured by main international magazines and newspapers as NY Times, Herald Tribune, Abitare, Interni, Ottagono, Residence, Icon, Elle Decor, Rolling Stone.

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