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Tacchini

Italy (1967)

Tacchini, founded in 1967 by Antonio Tacchini, strives to improve the quality of resi­den­tial and public spaces through impec­ca­bly made furni­ture. The atten­tion to quality begins with the choice of mate­ri­als and is further enhanced by the brand’s regard for detail and tech­no­log­i­cal inno­va­tions, notice­able in every piece. The company’s offer­ings empha­size flex­i­bil­ity and versa­til­ity with a number of modular systems that can be customized for differ­ent envi­ron­ments. Addi­tion­ally, its wide-ranging collec­tion of uphol­stered seating shares a common aesthetic language, making it easy for design­ers to mix and match pieces. Tacchini prod­ucts have been spec­i­fied in high-end hospi­tal­ity and corpo­rate projects around the world.

The company works with leading design­ers like Pear­son­L­loyd, Jonas Wagell, Patrick Norguet, Luca Nichetto, Monica Förster, and Claes­son Koivisto Rune. Along with intro­duc­ing new designs, Tacchini is commit­ted to reis­su­ing iconic prod­ucts of the past. The company produces the Babela and Sancarlo chairs by Achille Castiglioni, designed in 1958 and 1970, respec­tively. It also manu­fac­tures several designs by Gian­franco Frat­tini, includ­ing the plush Sesann sofa that he designed for Cassina in 1970. By bring­ing these items by renowned talents back into the lime­light, Tacchini is helping to preserve the enor­mous legacy of Italian design in the 20th century.

Sustain­abil­ity is at the fore­front of the company’s mission, and Tacchini has taken strides to central­ize almost all facets of produc­tion at its factory in Brianza, Italy, in order to limit its foot­print. Addi­tion­ally, all mate­ri­als are sourced from the imme­di­ate region. The facil­ity has received ISO 14001 certi­fi­ca­tion. Context Gallery has been a trusted partner with Tacchini for over a decade.

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Designs by Tacchini (48)