Mesita redonda de mármol
Tacchini Italia also presents the elegant collection of Joaquim tables designed by Italian-Brazilian designer Giorgio Bonaguro, inspired by the softness of Brazilian design furniture that was designed between the ’40s and ’60s for the modernist architecture of Niemeyer, Costa, Vilanova Artigas and Bo Bardi. From the aesthetic standpoint, the geometric and linear forms of Joaquim are a tribute to the simple yet elegant lines of Joaquim Tenreiro, considered to be one of the forefathers of modern tropical design. From a technical point of view, this collection was designed with an aim to recover processing waste, in absolute sync and consonance with the principles of upcycling and eco-sustainability, the ubiquitously hailed cornerstones of Brazilian creativity. The refined tables are characterized by a metallic structure with tops and bases in Patagonia or Saint-Laurent marble, obtained by reusing parts of slabs sourced from other manufacturers to produce the final furnishings.