AG Fronzoni: “When I started at Cappellini in 2005, I knew about the Italian designer AG Fronzoni, but it was the first time I'd seen his work in person. It was always hard for me to get my head around the shapes created by Marc Newson, but Fronzoni’s furniture made complete sense to me. I started researching him and you couldn’t find anything online, which of course only made me more interested. I found that he designed a beautiful suitcase for the leather brand Valextra in the early ’70s.”
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AG Fronzoni: “When I started at Cappellini in 2005, I knew about the Italian designer AG Fronzoni, but it was the first time I'd seen his work in person. It was always hard for me to get my head around the shapes created by Marc Newson, but Fronzoni’s furniture made complete sense to me. I started researching him and you couldn’t find anything online, which of course only made me more interested. I found that he designed a beautiful suitcase for the leather brand Valextra in the early ’70s.”