Split new finishes: Lava and Sand

Natural colours and tactile textural effects for the new collection of Split tables by the well-known Swedish designer trio of Claesson Koivisto Rune. The clean lines of Scandinavian design are reworked to form the successful model designed for Tacchini Italia Forniture in 2007 in an exclusive finish which reproduces the textural effect of pumice stone, with manufacture of the top that goes beyond the surface with subtle depth and with a pleasingly tactile and incredibly natural effect. The two new colours, Lava and Sand, represent a move towards extremely natural understatement, perfect for the textural top, still available in the round, oval, square or rectangular shapes.

Gio new finish: Horn

A historic design piece from the 50s, Gianfranco Frattini designed the Gio coffee table in 1957. In the same year it was nominated for the prestigious Compasso d’Oro award. Tacchini Italia Forniture brought out a new version in 2016 and has restyled the collection this year with a new and refined top in a horn effect finish which embellishes its elegant aesthetic understatement with total environmental awareness. The pattern reproduced makes the gloss top incredibly textural, discreetly coordinated with the back in gloss lacquer finish, like the base. This two-sided top, a feature of this mi- nimalist furniture item, rich in original design details, thus gains a new dimension in taste, staying true to the unmistakable style of Italian modernism created by the renowned Milan architect.

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