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Taceo

A functional, ergonomic and homely care series.

TACEO STACKING CHAIR, TACEO STOOL, TACEO ARMCHAIR, TACEO LOUNGE CHAIR, TACEO RECLINING LOUNGE CHAIR, TACEO SOFA LOUNGE

FEATURES

Taceo Turnable

  • Laminated beech frame
  • Fully upholstered seat
  • Mesh fabric back
  • Detachable seat cover
  • Two back heights
  • Swivelling

Lead Time Guide: 14-16 Weeks

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COLLECTION


PRODUCT STORY

Taceo

Taceo encourages users to adopt an ergonomic sitting position with good support for the back and outstanding padding for greater comfort. The collection offers a lot of comfort and is versatile in its use in cafeterias and lounge areas of the health and care sector. Taceo collection consists of a stackable chair, armchair, lounge chair, turnable, stool, lounge armchair, 2-seater sofa and reclining chair. The stackable chairs can stack up to 4 high with or without arms. The chair with armrests are designed with a curved shape that is ideal for gripping when getting up. The backrests are available with a mesh back or upholstery. The reclining chairs have a synchronised back and leg support mechanism and a built-in gas spring to allow for easy adjustment. Further options includes two different back heights and various glides options. A series of tables complete the collection. The tables consist of a four legged table, a central column table with various table top shapes and a coffee table. Taceo tables are designed with a radial foot profile and feature an integrated steel element that allow for ease of access for wheelchair users.


DESIGNER

Martin Ballendat

Martin Ballendat, born in 1958, has already received over 30 prizes and awards for his work. After studying industrial design at the Folkwangschule university in Essen, Germany, he worked as a designer for C. Stoll and then as product developer for Wiesner Hager for whom he developed pioneering modular furniture for the office of the communication age. In 1995 he opened his own design studio in Simbach am Inn, Bavaria, a choice which was heavily influenced by a charming art nouveau villa and its central location with respect to his clients in Germany, Austria and Italy. In recent years Ballendat has not only created furniture, but also table accessories, lighting and technical devices. Together with his five-strong team he also offers CI consulting, graphic and media design and a trade fair and exhibition service. His design philosophy is as comprehensive as his range of services: he looks for solutions which meet the demands of both the manufacturer and the user.


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