Also called Peg, Nendo's collection includes another chair, a series of beds, a chaise longue, a small and large table, a mirror, a corner cupboard and two sofas.
"Peg is a family of products that tells a history, comfort but also attention to detail, quality of materials and good shapes," said Cappellini in a statement.
The shape of the round armchair was influenced by the small cars that populate the streets of Milan. Its seat rests on a crossed ash frame, with the back legs poking up through the sides of the backrest to provide support.
The top and legs of the tables are both rounded - a distinctive element repeated throughout the collection. The tops of the legs puncture the tabletop so they are visible when viewed from above.
Echoing a design feature from the table, the longest tripod supporting the mirror is visible through a hole at the head of the oval glass.
The chaise longue and sofas come with removable cushions available in a range of colours and fabrics.
The beds in the collection have wood headboards that can be upholstered in fabric or leather. The corner cupboard is made with three poles that support four triangular moulded shelves.
All the pieces come in wenge, ebony, natural ash wood or bleached walnut.
The collection was on show at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan, which concluded yesterday.