Tacchini: One of The Best Italian Furniture Brands

Tacchini: One of The Best Italian Furniture Brands

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In 1967, Antonio Tacchini established the brand Tacchini in Brianza, near Milan, which is a world-renowned home manufacturing office area. After Antonio's two sons inherited this company, in the continuous development, Tacchini has always paid attention to the quality of materials and every detail of the production process. While inheriting the Italian craftsmanship tradition, Tacchini is also deeply involved in the protection of environmental sustainability.

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Tacchini likes to tell stories directly through those exquisite furniture entities under the brand. The design soul of the masters is revitalized with new materials, and the sense of handwork tells the process of domesticating materials. Technological innovation and experience culture have given birth to different shapes of furniture, and the function is always combined with the poetic beauty of the graceful posture.

Tacchini FurnitureFor a company with a long history like Tacchini, each project is the intersection of experience and research, dedication and emotion.

Tacchini Furniture Rooted in the Italian avant-garde

In Italy, the trademarks of design companies often overlap with family names. Just like when Antonio founded Tacchini in 1967, his works were almost entirely Italian. Antonio participated in the most poetic and thrilling chapter of the design story. From the avant-garde art community of the 20th century, Italian design has always been an endless source of inspiration for movement, expression and way of being.

Tacchini FurnitureBrothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni

Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Carlo De Carli, Gianfranco Frattini all belong to the group of radical designers of the last century. They shared their thoughts, ideas and hopes about design principles. They are able to combine the manual knowledge related to Italian industrial production with technical science, hoping to transform the myth of Italian "good design" into a reality in daily life.

Tacchini FurnitureTacchini FurnitureBabela chair

The Babela chair was designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for the Milan Chamber of Commerce in 1958. It is an excellent example of practicality and aesthetics embodied in the same chair. This is a comfortable, stackable chair with rigorous design, which is very suitable for the space environment that contributed to its idea.

Tacchini FurnitureBabela chair

Also from the brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni is the Sancarlo armchair, which itself is a thesis on statics, ergonomics, function and geometry. The seat is broken down into a series of cushions, the cushions are bent just enough to support every part of the body. The armrest and backrest are composed of a simple, linear, curved tubular frame on which many soft cushions are placed. Full of personality Sancarlo is a true symbol of 20th century design.

Tacchini FurnitureSancarlo chair

The Sella sofa is inspired by the armchair of the same name designed by the famous Italian architect Carlo de Carli in 1966. This highly elegant sofa is made of the highest quality materials: exposed walnut wood, elegant metal chrome details, and natural leather on the back of the sofa as a support. The surface material of the cushion can be leather, fabric or velvet. Its soft and generous lines provide the ultimate sense of sophistication, ensure extraordinary comfort, and help users enter a slow rhythm and get along with themselves and others in a private space dimension.

Tacchini FurnitureCarlo de Carli

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The Gio coffee table was designed by Gianfranco Frattini in 1957 and was nominated for the Compasso d’Oro Award in the same year. Gio is a low coffee table that expresses the concept of rigorous rationalism and exquisite elegance, creating a warm atmosphere. It is characterized by a linear wood structure, the table top can be flipped, and the monochrome plane can choose dark walnut or gray wooden materials, or yellow, gray or steel blue laminates.

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Tacchini FurnitureChallenging fashion while shaping classics

Maestri, the Italian "master", refers to those charming characters whose creative process is full of artistic energy, and these energy, through the works passed down from generation to generation, are also perceived by later generations. In terms of design, masters communicate through classics. Timeless designs must be far away from any fashion and trend ideas, but because these designs are so powerful, they will naturally produce a trend.

Tacchini FurnitureThe Reversível armchair is the culmination of the creative genius of the architect and designer Martin Eisler. It is a historic piece of Brazilian design. With simple and dynamic lines, this armchair can switch the balance between leisure and elegance. Reversível presents the flexibility of a dual-purpose chair, which can be seated upright or half lying on the seat. Reversível’s design is somewhat primitive and informal, reflecting the softness and sexy of Brazil’s design in the 1950s. It is a combination of tradition and creativity, folk crafts and avant-garde innovation.

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Tacchini FurnitureReversível armchair

The Costela chair, also from Martin Eisler, is an elegant and informal chair. The biggest highlight of the Costela chair is the beautiful wooden structure on the back. The wooden frame not only wraps the seat and backrest coherently, but also takes into account the function and beauty, ensuring absolute comfort in almost any position, while maintaining an extremely natural style. The structure is easy to disassemble and recycle, which is in line with the current needs and trends of furniture production, and fully considers the principles of sustainability and durability.

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Costela chair

The Pigreco chair by the Italian master Tobia Scarpa is a highly sought-after classic design. This is Tobia Scarpa's 1959 design for the graduation design of the University of Venice, and it is also the first piece of furniture he designed. At first, he wanted to make a chair with only three legs, but because of the unstable structure, he took the risk of placing the two back legs of the chair close to each other and placed it on one corner of the triangle to ensure that the chair was firm and straight. The two legs next to each other become the element that supports the backrest. This design concept reconstructs traditional static objects, giving them a sense of movement and space.

Tacchini FurnitureThis year, Tacchini reinterpreted the Pigreco chair using Canaletto walnut, walnut stained ash and charcoal gray ash, with leather and leather or fabric seat covers. Among them, a special edition limited to 200 pieces, the corner of the seat is printed with the mark of the great architect, and the unique corresponding number.

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Pigreco chair, re-presented by Tacchini this year with new finishes and materials

"After so many years, I looked at it... for me personally, nothing has changed. In my opinion, I don’t think it’s necessary to express whether it’s'better' or'worst'. For me, it It will always be the same chair."

—— Tobia Scarpa

Tacchini FurniturePigreco chair 

Tacchini FurnitureKeep the soul of Italy

The Tacchini family has always been committed to ensuring the connection with contemporary style, choosing high-quality materials and cutting-edge technology, but always referring to its cherished Italian tradition, and continuously enhancing the connection between history and the present to the present, thus avoiding the style and the fleeting. The stylish design and simple mass production risk confusion. Today, half a century later, through a series of revivals of Tacchini, the projects realized by the masters of the past continue to continue the soul of the Italian production line. In order to maintain the integrity of the original project, Tacchini always applies the designer's original drawings to modern production, and in this way transfers the past design culture to the present.

Tacchini FurnitureThe Agnese armchair is derived from the design of Gianfranco Frattini in 1956

On the other hand, the new designer collaboration series has injected new vitality into the "old soul". For example, two new sofa designs brought by Swedish designer Jonas Wagell have become Tacchini's recent classics.

Tacchini FurnitureJonas Wagell

The Roma sofa series, designed in 2017, almost hangs on the floor, with the thinnest legs supporting a comfortable and spacious seat. The starting point of his inspiration is a semicircle-a soft, curved geometric shape, which is often used in the shape of classical paintings. Jonas Wagell also strongly borrowed Italian designs from the 1950s. Therefore, the name Roma not only represents the designer's feelings for classics, but also truly embodies the classic spirit in his works.

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Tacchini FurnitureRoma sofa

The Julep sofa, completed in 2019, has a soft envelope shape and is also influenced by the avant-garde movement in the 1950s. It not only has the simplicity and grandeur of that era as a model, but also blends contemporary exquisite romance and feminine charm.

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 Tacchini FurnitureJulep sofa

The cushion of the seat has been very delicately processed, and it looks spacious and full, but because of the recessed base, the seat is invisibly lifted off the ground, thus conveying a feeling of lightness. In a home environment, it is difficult for users not to be attracted by it, and to relax as comfortably as possible.

Tacchini FurnitureThe Julep sofa in the home of German supermodel Claudia Schiffer

Completed in 2018, the Daze low table series from Dutch design studio Truly Truly has futuristic lines.

Tacchini FurnitureJoel Booy and Kate Booy, founders of Truly Truly Studio

Daze is made of bent and welded metal plates, painted one by one by hand, so when the paint spills from the cut, the intensity of the color changes, producing many different effects. In this way, the precise geometric structure of the high-tech process structure adds a bit of unpredictability. The most important feature of this table is that the second "light and shadow" coloring is done by hand, so the color intensity and direction of each table are different.

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For many years, Tacchini has been trying to use the best materials, following the strictest standards and certifications to express the quality of its products. Whether it is a work or entertainment place, a hotel, a stadium, a fitness center or a shopping center, it can be used as a stage for Tacchini to show the uniqueness, durability, comfort and versatility of its design.

Tacchini FurnitureThe Julep sofa was chosen for the Karl Lagerfeld headquarters in Amsterdam

Tacchini FurnitureAlexander Wang opened the first flagship store in Europe in London, using another classic Tacchini design: Sesann sofa

More importantly, through continuous contact with the modern world, Tacchini has become a precision sensor of the spirit of the times, a promoter of new possibilities, and a better life for everyone.

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