Tacchini Costela is an elegant yet informal armchair that was originally designed by Martin Eisler, an icon of Brazilian 1950s design, and winner of the Milanese Compasso d’Oro award. With its sensual aesthetic Tacchini Costela uses natural materials and intelligent design, it offers sophisticated personalisation. The fundamental idea on which Tacchini Costela is built is the beautiful wooden structure with its wooden ribs embracing both the seat and the back, and the functional and aesthetic completion of the detail, the large cushions, set horizontally and vertically, ensuring absolute comfort with an extremely natural style in their almost random position. The structure is easy to dismantle and recycle, a characteristic perfect for the current need and tendency to produce furniture that gives due consideration to the principles of sustainability and durability.
Tacchini Costela has the wooden structure in walnut with the legs in black painted metal and upholstery is in various fabrics or leathers. A matching footstool is also available