13/05/2019 - From Achille Castiglioni to Gianfranco Frattini, Tacchinihas set aside ample rooms in its living environment for its most classic pieces and the masters who designed them. The result is a revival project that both challenges and conveys important lessons on contemporary style. These timeless designs are far from the changing fashions and trends, yet so powerful as to organically produce a style.
This year Tacchini presents the re-edition of architect Carlo De Carli's Sellasofa, an iconic piece of the history of Italian-made design.
The Sella sofa by Carlo De Carli is the torchbearer of the concept of “primary space” that belongs to De Carli’s philosophy, or “relationship space” – principles that conform to the vision of the furnishing function and interior design in accordance with Tacchini.
Sella is inspired by the homonymous armchair that was designed in 1966 by the famous Italian architect. The sofa is presented as a furnishing of great elegance, made using rich primarymaterials: walnut wood, metal and leather. The cushions are feathery and the upholstery is in extra soft leather. Its soft and generous line is designed to offer comfort, inspiring a slow kind of living, one that bring the user to reconcile with oneself as well as with others, in a more intimate, almost sacred relationship space.