Passionate about the decorative arts, Sébastien Caporusso is a Belgian designer with Italian roots. With his furniture and lighting, mixing noble materials, organic shapes and unusual lines, Caporusso excels in producing objects of otherworldly beauty. He favours local materials: stone, brass, marble and other mineral materials sourced from the best Belgian craftsmen. Penetrating into the imagination of this interior architect and designer is not a linear journey, but a dreamlike interpretation of the materials. His talent lies in combining beautiful materials that create an unexpected scenography, an eclectic mix of objects and colours from his own universe. The symbolic forms of his work are characterised by organic outlines as well as majestic and unique cuts. Sébastien has a preference for rare, irregular and unique objects. “I use noble materials in my work, but never too ostentatious, that fit into the spaces I am redesigning or when I am embellishing the furniture I have designed. The wear of the walls of a Venetian palazzo inspires me, as does a sheet of oxidized bronze. I like materials with a history, a past, that have lived, like the cobblestoned sidewalks of Rio or the Engawa planks in Kyoto. At every moment, it is about natural materials, soft colours and minerals, which give life to my projects.” states Caporusso. With his furniture and lighting, mixing noble materials, organic shapes and unusual lines, Caporusso excels in producing such a low table of otherworldly beauty for Spazio Nobile.
Sébastien Caporusso: The Grace of Beautiful Materials