70s Guido Faleschini Tucroma Dining Chairs for i4 Mariani set/2
Guido Faleschini designed in the early 1970s the ’Tucroma’ chair and fauteuil design line for i4 Mariani in Como, Italy.
This is still today one of the most successful pieces for its linear and at the same time innovative shape.
The simplicity of the frame enhances what is the heart of the tradition of the company, the craftsmanship in leather and saddle leather.
Its frame in steel chromed tubular steel and gives to the shape an effect of continuity in the lines and big comfort in the seating. Also the frame has cantilever suspension so this makes Tucroma chairs even more comfortable. The cushions covered in leather and are fixed one to the other through two large straps of saddle leather.
All chairs and fauteuils fit perfect either in professional nor in residential environments and high standard interiors. That is why these chairs are so loved for.
Chromed tubular steel frame. The seat cushion has a frame in beechwood multiply panel embedded in a cold formed polyurethane, whereas the back is in cold formed polyurethane.
This set of two is an early edition chair with beautiful patina and still very comfortable and timeless.