Anish Kapoor

Speaking of provocative shapes and forms, we’re excited to see the Guggenheim Museum feature work by Anish Kapoor this fall. The round, healthy form of his work reminds us often of Rapsel, especially his famous Cloud Gate “Bean” in Chicago. He seems to have incorporated more organic-looking materials as well, in contrast to his shinier surfaces from the 1980’s, just like Rapsel. Our new One Collection “Il Bagno Che Non C’e”, from Matteo Thun for Rapsel, replaces resins and alacrites with a beautiful, brown larch wood without sacrificing the modernity of the design.

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