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An abacus of simple geometric shapes, supported by three or four wooden legs of basic form and traditional style. A range of tables designed to fit into many different settings, featuring an incredibly thin surface made of polished biancone marble or matte black travertine.
Available in different sizes:
Ø 50 x ht. 46 cm
Ø 100 x ht. 28 cm
100 x 100 x ht. 28 cm
45 x 45 x ht. 46 cm
100 x 100 x 28 cm (Hexagon)
49 x 49 x ht. 46 cm (Hexagon)
For more information, visit www.tacchini.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.
Gordon Guillaumier was born 1966 in Malta.
In 1989 he moved to Milan to study industrial design and design management at IED and Domus Academy and later started Nel 1989 si trasferisce a Milano per gli studi di industrial design e design management e successivamente collabora con l’architetto Rodolfo Dordoni.
In 2002, on the basis of his freelance design activity, he opened his private design studio in Milan.
Since, he has worked on various projects as design manager and art director, namely Driade for the Altantide e DHouse collections, bathroom accessiories for Dornbracht Interiors, kitchens for Rational and Elt, outdoor furniture for Roda and handles for Pamar.
Gordon has also designed furniture, lighting and objects for Arketipo, Bosa, CasaMilano, Desalto, DeVecchi, Elica, FontanaArte, Foscarini, Frag, Matteo Grassi, Mazzega, Montina, Minotti, Nobili Rubinetti, Pamar Roda e Varaschin.