Achille Castiglioni's 'Sancarlo' sofa and armchair, produced by Tacchini and presented in early October in the designer's Milan studio
There’s something particularly pleasing about a designer’s iconic pieces being shown in their own studio, years after they were first launched – especially when the creative in question is Italian design legend Achille Castiglioni.
Classic Castiglioni: 'Babela' stackable chair in foreground, 'Mezzadro' stool in background
Last month, design brand Tacchini, which earlier this year reissued three striking furniture designs by Castiglioni – his ‘Sancarlo’ armchair and sofa, and his ‘Babela’ stacking chair – exhibited these new-old pieces in remarkable Milan atelier, itself a piece of 20th-century design history.
Here are some photographs of the work in situ.
Achille Castiglioni's classic furniture designs, reissued by Tacchini
Achille Castiglioni's studio is itself a remarkable piece of 20th-century design history
Castiglioni at home: the Italian design legend's iconic work shown in his own studio by design manufacturer Tacchini
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