London Design Festival 2019: ‘Be whole, in the name of beauty’

At the London Design Festival 2019, Tacchini Italia Forniture presents at the Brompton Design District a philosophy of design that sees the symbiosis and balance between man and nature in the harmony of beauty.

Beauty unites and brings man back to being one with nature through the most sensitive part of him or herself. Beauty inspires human creativity, becoming in turn a useful and conscious product. This is the philosophy of the Savoir-faire Tacchini Italia Forniture, a historic and innovative brand made in Brianza, which brings to the London Design Festival, from 17 to 22 September 2019 at the Brompton Design District, a vision of the project in contemporary design, which develops between technical and aesthetic through an intelligent, exciting, respectful and sustainable design.

We cordially invite you to
Be whole, in the name of Beauty
Brompton Design District
31 Thurloe Place, Kensington, London S7 2HQ
17 – 22 September 2019

↳ Press Day
Thursday 19 September
UK Press Office: Stefania Evans

Press Release (.pdf)

Squashed: People, Proximity and Public Spaces

Throughout the week, Disegno, The Quarterly Journal of Design will partner with Tacchini. Disegno is the world’s leading quarterly journal dedicated to long-form independent reporting and critical writing on design and will launch its autumn issue, Disegno n.24, during London Design Festival 2019. To mark this, Disegno has partnered with Tacchini to host events at its Brompton venue throughout the week. These events will include Squashed: People, Proximity and Public Spaces, a panel discussion exploring how furniture, fittings, and way-finding systems can help shape crowd movement and individual behavior. This event will be moderated by Disegno’s editor-in-chief Oli Stratford and will include speakers such as Luke Pearson of PearsonLloyd.

↳ Panel discussion
Squashed: People, Proximity and Public Spaces
Thursday 19 September, 4–5pm
31 Thurloe Place, SW7 2HQ
With: Tom Lloyd, Luke Pearson, Nina Tolstrup, Je Ahn

Disegno Magazine