TAORMINA Collection

Alfredo Häberli, 2005

Developed from the Segesta concept, TAORMINA is the upholstered seating collection designed by Alfredo Häberli.
The shell is made of technopolymer coupled with flexible polyurethane foam, which gives softness and comfort to the seats, which have completely removable covers. Various structures are available to support the enveloping shell, the form and function of which lend themselves to the most varied interior design projects.

Alfredo Häberli

He was born in Buenos Aires in 1964 and moved to Zurich in 1977: here he began his work in 1988 as stand designer and curator of numerous exhibitions at the Museum für Gestaltung. He received a degree in Industrial Design from the Höhere Schule für Gestaltung in 1991. In 1997 he designed for Alias the SEC modular system. In the following years he designed Legnoletto (2001), Segesta (2003), Plein Air (2007), Stabiles (2009), Cross table, TEC (2011), The Erice and Enna chairs, Tessiletto bed (2013), Ago table (2014) and Time armchair (2019), which won the RedDot Design Award in 2020.
He lives and works in Zurich.

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