The name of this chair reveals the core of the
project in fact it is precisely on the T-shaped support of the backrest that we have focused our attention on. At the root of the concept is clearly the recovery of a classic style, typical of
the '50s and '60s design. Starting from this more than consolidated solution, the focus of the intervention was on formal cleanliness and structural research until finding a supporting system
narrowed to the essential, a sturdy and simple frame capable of conveying lightness, transforming the seat and backrest into two leaves suspended in the air, without screws or rivets as in past
examples.The two die-cast aluminum ends were the decisive choice, solving at the same time the backrest fixing system and resulting as the distinctive feature of the product. Tao is a strong and
refined chair with a clean and friendly face but a sophisticated and pragmatic soul.