Tucroma is a collection of furniture items that Guido Faleschini created in 1971.
The lines recall the unforgettable 70s and are so well-thought-out and successful that their modernity is still indisputable today.
The production, rigorously made in Italy, is entrusted to a laboratory that has created pure wonders for over 60 years.
The bicoloured Tucroma chaise longue has dimensions of cm. 71 x 118 x h. 90.
The model proposed here is covered in bicoloured leather and has a shiny chromed structure.
The chaise longue can be customized regarding leather upholstery and structure finishes.
See the photos and the samples available on this page.
For any additional information, we are available by telephone at no. +393477960415 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Frame. In tubular steel chromed or epoxy powder painted in the RAL matt colour of your choice or in white, green, brown, or black textured metallic powder coated finish. The seat is made up of a coupled layer of saddle leather in the upper part and soft leather in the lower part.
Cushions. In polyurethane foam covered in fabric or leather. Not removable covers.
In 1942 got a degree of Industrial Expert in Milano and then in 1952-1953 the degree of Superior School of Art applied to Industry where he was awarded the first prize at the end of the course. He graduated in Architecture in 1960 from the University “Athenaeum de Lausanne”; here he was also teaching in the period 1970-1974 as teacher of Architectonic Composition in the Italian Section of the University.
From 1950 till 1968 obtaining many prizes in painting competitions.
He started in 1960 the activity of Industrial Designer for many Furniture Companies placed in the Brianza Area (Milan).
Numerous exhibition booths in international trade shows.
He participated to the competition PRINT laminate and to the Biennal of Mariano with many different quotations.
A complete furnishings for private houses from 1950 in different cities. Office furnishings like Company Sangalli in Monza and Company ATE in Sesto San Giovanni. Complete furnishings in clothing stores.
PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE
▪ Villa Marelli. Mariano Comense 1966
▪ Villa Soriani at the Groane. Saronno 1972
▪ Villa Ventura. Bisceglie (Bari) 1980
▪ Villa Sangalli. Monza 1985
▪ Villa Beretta E. Arcore 1992
▪ Conservative restructuration in the heart of the historical city of Monza. Villa Biraghi. 1971
▪ Restructuration of Villa Beretta R. Arcore 1990
For all the above listed architectures he designed also the interior furnishings.
He designed the room of the Saharian Rocky Art Section of the Civic Museum of Prehistoric Art of Pinerolo where he is also the scientific Responsible since 2001.