Stone

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Tacchini

Stone

Pearson Lloyd | 2009

Stone is a new system of modular sofas with simple, easy shapes but rich in elements and with enough assembling choice to fulfill the needs of the widest range of public areas. Soft
and comfortable, they draw upon the roundness of stones honed by flowing water, and come in a wide range of upholstery. Stone sofas are available in many variants and can either stand alone or set in cleft to enhance their elegance.

Available in two heights: one is suitable for hotel contracting, waiting rooms and public areas while the other is more suited for catering areas, bars and cafes. The system is also complemented by a full set of matching tables: free-standing or end-tables, with two T-shaped legs or a single central base, in lacquered mdf, full-colour or laminate.

For more information, visit www.tachini.it.

The design is Italian, the rest is production. And in Italy, design companies bear the names of the families that founded the brands. Like Tacchini, created in 1965 by Antonio, when production, too, was almost entirely Italian, and the most poetic and soul-stirring passages in the story of design were written. Naturally in time the children become the heirs, and the new founders, in a rationale of continuous updating and redefinition of the underlying idea, and that is what is actually handed down. Equally naturally, those who frequent the family become a part of it: team members, consultants, suppliers, employers, workers and clients.

Pearson Lloyd is one of the leading names in contemporary British design, and this multidisciplinary studio works in a wide range of sectors: from furnishing to public spaces to brand development. Established by Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd in 1997, the studio has received numerous acknowledgements and accolades in both Europe and the United States. The Britioh design duo write regularly for major design magazines, as well as acting as “visiting lecturers” at the École Cantonale d’Art in Lausanne.

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