In 1967, the Tacchini family began their journey of design. Nestled between Como and Milan, they called Brianza home. Within this verdant landscape, Italy’s culture of impeccable craft and artistry was palpable, and it enriched each of their designs with a fragrant essence of living. Rooted in the magic of an idea, this family of Italian furniture-makers continues to excite architects, designers and creatives across the globe with its unique perspective.
Focused on storytelling, with creativity and authenticity as their language of design, each Tacchini product is brought to life with exquisite detail and care from their workshop in Brianza. Each of their talented artisans continues to refine their skills and preserve ancient techniques honed over generations.
Working with the creators of new and future design classics, Tacchini’s works offer a dialogue with imaginative and dynamic design. Having collaborated with some of the most talented designers of the last century, including Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Carlo De Carli, Umberto Riva, and Gianfranco Frattini, they have captured the magic of Italian mid-century design. Designs like the Babela chair and Sesann sofa continue to fascinate and captivate the senses, combining playful form with superior function.
This culture of creativity continues with their recent collaborations, working with modern design icons like Tobia Scarpa, Jonas Wagell, and Studiopepe. Tollgard founder Staffan Tollgård’s favourite is the Julep Sofa. With a soft and enveloping organic shape, it perfectly balances simplicity and grandeur. Co-founder Monique Tollgård was won over by the metamorphic details and geometric structure of the Joaquim coffee table.
Throughout their works, Tacchini presents a sense of perspective and engagement, ensuring each design works in unison with its environment. As they work seamlessly across residential and commercial schemes, the company continues to grow its legacy as one of the best Italian furniture makers in the world.
Discover our Tacchini showcase at Clerkenwell Design Week.