The design is Italian, the rest is production. And in Italy, design companies bear the names of the families that founded the brands. Like Tacchini, created in 1965 by Antonio, when production, too, was almost entirely Italian, and the most poetic and soul-stirring passages in the story of design were written. Naturally in time the children become the heirs, and the new founders, in a rationale of continuous updating and redefinition of the underlying idea, and that is what is actually handed down. Equally naturally, those who frequent the family become a part of it: team members, consultants, suppliers, employees, workers and clients. Still today, in this family, the strength of the idea is central to every creative process, in a logical process of evolution, from the analysis of the idea to the three dimensions of the object, before ultimately becoming the essence of living.
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Tacchini products, including its re-editions and novelties 2018, are among the selected pieces selected by Studiopepe for Club Unseen.
One of the novelties is Julep by Jonas Wagell, the upholstered sofa and armchair are characterised by soft and enveloping shapes, a collection inspired by the Avant-garde furniture of the Fifties, with a romantic and feminine line. The second novelty is the PI-DOU vases by Alvino Bagni, the perfect blend of material, technique, functionality, tradition and beauty.
As re-editions are the Sesann sofa by Gianfranco Frattini, an informal upholstered seat featuring a tubular steel structure; the Coot table by Gordon Guillaumir, inspired by the pure and simple geometry of a petal that allows you to arrange different compositions and the E63 lamp by Umberto Riva, in steel and with simple lines that seem to give shape to the light itself.