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.