Behind every object, there's a story.
Each object is created within the hallmark of Italian design: the ability to give any space a sense of place, be it public or private, domestic or communal, filling it with presence. 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. The process ensures a sense of connection with contemporary style, which is then enhanced by the choice of quality materials and leading edge technology, and always referencing an all important tradition, so as to avoid the danger of confusing style with fleeting fashion and design with simple mass production.
Reversível Limited Edition
The Italian brand Tacchini relaunches Reversível armchair, this year in a new limited edition. Reversível is the most iconic piece of carioca design, signed by architect and designer Martin Eisler, that stands out for its uniquely innovative style just as avant-garde today as it was yesterday.
Reversível limited edition is upholstered in stylish jacquard fabric, enhanced by metallic threads that recall the lustrous glow of a pearl, 100% made in Italy by a historic Italian textile manufacturer that turns the most prestigious interior furnishing materials into petite woven artworks that blend elegance with harmony.
With its simple, flowing lines, this armchair effortlessly redefines casual elegance. the dynamic and versatile reissue of Reversível offers double the comfort with a two-way seat that allows the user to either sit up straight or lie across the seat and relax in a semi-reclining position.
The armchair will be labelled "limited edition" and numbered.
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A FAMILY HISTORY
Tacchini is a philosophy. Behind every object there’s a story and behind every story there’s a person. We fall in love with our products, their stories and the stories of those who have produced them and continue to make things by hand so that this story continues, is passed on by the designer to the creator and from the creator to the future owner of the product. And then it continues further.
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 1967 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. This ongoing process ensures a sense of connection with contemporary style, which is then further enhanced by the choice of quality materials and leading-edge technology, and always referencing an all-important tradition, so as to avoid the danger of confusing style with fleeting fashions and design with simple mass production. Inevitably, the story of a family is reflected in the places they inhabit: the headquarters of a company mirrors the people who work there and the philosophy to which they aspire.