Tacchini Edizioni, accessories set the stage for a story

“With Tacchini Edizioni the aim was to create particular furnishing elements suitable for coexisting with icons of Tacchini design. Just like in fashion, accessories are details which embellish and complete interiors, capable of setting the stage for a story”.
Giusy Tacchini comments on the creation of the new brand, on occasion of the Seveso-based company’s fiftieth anniversary, conceived to complement and enrich its collections.

Tacchini Edizioni has directly drawn inspiration from the primordial production history of Tacchini Italia Forniture, delving into the same evocative cultural humus.
This creative momentum has been channelled into the creation of a series of accessories for the home and public areas.

These include the Nebula screens from a Pearson Lloyd project, in two versions: oriental poissions by the artist Jean Dunand and architectonic designs by the painter Lucia Pescador.
For the Umbra rugs, Maria Gabriella Zecca drew inspiration from the art of James Turrell, Peter Alexander and William Turner. The offset and deliberately disproportionate framing enables the matching of two rugs of different shape and size, thus creating different compositions each time, to amplify the cover area.
The Vasum project is also by Maria Gabriella Zecca and develops Limoge ceramic vases with elementary and overlapping geometric forms. Each portion contains a colour, defining a chromatic and volumetric articulation.
Lastly, with E63 we have the relaunch of a lamp designed by Umberto Riva in 1963 and which conveys the intellectual complexity of its creator.