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Tacchini announces revised edition of Le Mura sofa by Mario Bellini
Free-form modular arrangements create islands of relaxation
Image: Courtesy of Opera Visual

Tacchini announces revised edition of Le Mura sofa by Mario Bellini

In conjunction with Milan Design Week 2022, Tacchini announces the re-edition of the Le Mura sofa by Mario Bellini, along with striking staging and other innovations

by Ayushi Mathur
Published on : Jun 08, 2022

Tacchini continues its journey of rediscovery and promotion of the design classics with the introduction of the new Le Mura modular sofa by Mario Bellini. A joint re-edition with the renowned architect that, 50 years after its debut, upgrades this great classic’s commitment to comfort, making it a contemporary icon appertaining innovative materials and outstanding new details. It is easily adaptable to the most diverse home environments with its modularity and infinite configuration possibilities.

As a very prolific name in the world of design, Mario Bellini has lent his expertise in the design works for many companies, including Erco, Vitra, Kettal, B&B Italia and many more. He has been an icon of creative endeavours and has been glorified for the same on many occasions.

Leather lending emphasis on the design of the sofa Image: Courtesy of Opera Visual

In honour of Milan Design Week 2022, the Le Mura sofa makes a ‘cinematic’ debut at the Cinema Tacchini exhibit, curated by Formafantasma and featuring a selection of films curated by Cristiana Perrella. Free-form modular arrangements create islands of relaxation, complemented by individual TV screens and two wall arrangements. An immersive setting, where the notion of design morphs into a multi-sensory experience. The videos take viewers on a rich visual journey through the cinematic imagination, investigating the various ways in which the sofa has been presented in movies and how its use has developed through time.

Textured white fabric add a contemporary edge to the sofa's design Image: Courtesy of Opera Visual

The latest developments and brand icons will be displayed in a Lorenzo Bini-designed exhibit at the Salone del Mobile furniture show. Lorenzo Bini as the architect of the Binocle Studio, envisioned a residential landscape made up of a series of finished and protected rooms that nonetheless remain in ongoing communication among themselves and with the outdoors. The succession of rooms hosts the Tacchini innovations for 2022 including the Le Mura sofa by Mario Bellini, the Dolmen low tables by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance and Kanji alongside the Mill and Trampolino by Monica Förster. As part of the Edizioni line by Studiopepe, the Alma and Sophia lamps, the glowing Gunta screen, the Anni rug, the Friedl, Lucie and Marlene vases, and the oval version of the Togrul table by Gordon Guillaumier will also be displayed.

The vivid pink fabric brings a subtle sassy vibe to the design Image:Courtesy of Opera Visual

Lastly, for Milan’s Design Week 2022, Tacchini is also participating as an exhibition partner in the launch of the 'Why Now?' collection by Spotti Milano- a famous Italian furniture store. In a store space installation in Viale Piave in Milan, Tacchini products will be displayed in a fast-paced and balanced dialogue with a sophisticated selection of 15 international studios and designers curated by the Mr Lawrence studio. A brilliant and creative shared moment that will present the Tacchini catalogue, its icons and all of the latest innovations.

The corduroy-like texture of the green Le Mura sofa Image: Courtesy of Andrea Ferrari

STIR takes you on a Milanese sojourn! Experience Salone del Mobile and all the design districts - 5vie, Brera, Fuorisalone, Isola, Zona Tortona, and Durini - with us. STIR’s coverage of Milan Design Week 2022, Meanwhile in Milan showcases the best exhibits, moods, studios, events, and folks to look out for. We are also excited to announce our very own STIR press booth at Salone del Mobile - Hall 5/7 S.14, Fiera Milano RHO.

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