TAITÙ. SINCE 50 YEARS,
COLOUR, BEAUTY AND FREEDOM
TAITÙ's history is fulfilled with passion and dreams come true:
a hymn to the everyday beauty, which radiates from the artisanal manufacturing of materials
and from masterly, multicoloured brushstrokes.

EMOTIONS ON YOUR TABLE

TAITÙ was the first to bring the colour on the table, introducing amazing collections, able to arouse strong emotions and to convey optimism and joie de vivre in everyday lifetime as well as in your special occasions.

Since 1960, when the first flagship store opened its doors in Via Bigli in Milan, every object designed by TAITÙ has been the harbinger of a “gentle” revolution that makes the act of gathering round the table the last defence against the hurry of our time. Because the act of sitting down at the table and sharing meals are part of an ancient rite that leads us to share even more: time, glances, emotions.

AN UNCONVENTIONAL STYLE

Since 1974, under the leadership of its founder Emilio Bergamin, TAITÙ has conceived collections of plates, glasses and table & home accessories thinking outside the box: objects that encourage imagination and individual talent to make new and creative combinations in the table setting.

A work that harmonizes all areas of design and naturally connects outside and inside, nature and home, inspiration and functionality. So that every user may turn into an artist, thanks to the infinite possibilities to customize his or her table, making it a living thing.

AN UNCONVENTIONAL STYLE
COLOUR, BEAUTY, FREEDOM

COLOUR, BEAUTY, FREEDOM

The three inspiring concepts of TAITÙ. A brand that, in over 50 years, has succeeded in creating an equilibrium based of simple things, brought forth by a profound technical knowledge and a deep sense of beauty.

And this is the soul of the Queen Taitù, a legendary character and a muse for a brand that has always anticipated the evolution of taste, to be modeled after the primeval equilibrium of nature, producing "wise" objects to be used with joy.

Because – as poet John Keats once wrote – “a thing of beauty is a joy forever”.