Dimensions

Width 110 cm
Depth 94 cm
Height 67 cm
Weight 41 kg
Seat height 38 cm

Materials

Frame finish T23 Polished Chrome
Frame material Tubular Metal
Leg finish T43 Dark Walnut
Leg material Stained Solid Ash Wood
Upholstery Category B

Specification

Volume 0.9 m3
Year of design 1970 x 2015

A system of sofas and armchairs that create a feeling of sensual warm, with their soft, comfortable shapes which are definitely the protagonists of space also due to the importance of volumes.

In addition to this aesthetic and physical feelings, there is the peculiarity of its embracing structure, which can be in metallic chromed or painted tubular. The feet are made with ash Stained Solid Ash Wood dyed grey or walnut. Different upholsteries are available, leathers or fabrics, in order to create various feelings and chromatic combinations with the structure.


Gianfranco Frattini

Gianfranco Frattini was born in Padua, Italy, on 15th May, 1926. He graduated in Architecture, at the Politecnico, Milan, in 1953. At the end of the 50’s, he is one of the founders of ADI, Association for Industrial Design. Frattini opened his own studio in Milan, after working in the office of his teacher and mentor Gio Ponti. In few years, he became an industrial designer, well-known worldwide. Among his many successful projects, in 1956 designed the chair model 849, nominated for the “Compasso d’Oro” Prize. Now, this armchair, which takes shapes from the original design, is proposed by Tacchini with the name of “Agnese”.


Achieving beauty and functionality in the home as well as public spaces – this is the philosophy of Tacchini.