Fuorisalone: Triennale Design Museum

As well as being present within the main exhibtion centre, Tacchini takes part in some Fuorisalone projects that range from a museum to an exclusive venue. The company, with its re-editions characterised by fine tailoring and artisanal quality, has been included in the exhibition Ritrovare Gianfranco Frattini – part of a series of five exhibitions on Design and the territory of Monza and Brianza – presented by the Triennale Design Museum from 15th April, at Belvedere of Monza Villa Reale. The story on the designer focuses on his masterpieces, without forgetting the incursions in the product design territory and the strong continuity with the interiors.

Ritrovare Gianfranco Frattini

Of this collection, the following designs belong to Tacchini: Giulia, a contemporary armchair that creates a feeling of beauty, comfort and harmony, with its enveloping shapes. Made of fabric and ash wood stained with dark walnut or gray. Agnese, relaunched, though remaining faithful to the original design with the ash wood structure, presents a balance between the shell, the backrest and the armrests. It is one of the most representative among Frattini’s projects and flagged at the Compasso d’Oro Awards in 1956. Gio, the table that honours a classic of Italian design, conveys austerity and refined elegance. A linear wooden structure, featuring the two-sided top in stained or laminated ash wood.

The Italian Line: Gianfranco Frattini