Tattomi Relax

'armchair, guest-bed and a truly Jack of all Trades'

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last update: 02.08.2010

Busse Longlife Design Award 2008
Busse Longlife Design Award 2008

Tattomi armchair-sofa
Design: Jan Armgardt, Ingo Maurer

Tattomi Relax can be used as an armchair - in a sitting position, a leaning back position or as a guest-bed. This is because its back rest and seat can be adjusted in four different ways so that it makes for a truly 'Jack-of-all-trades' sofa.

Tattomi Relax armchair functions

In other words, the Tattomi will offer your back perfect support in a half-sitting, half-relaxing position or you can transform it into a guest bed.

You can choose the material for it from our collection or you can send us your own favourite fabric. One can also use a removable cover. A hidden zip makes this possible.

The mobilia collection Tattomi is one of the early originals of functional furniture. It was crafted in 1984-85 by Jan Armgardt, Ingo Maurer and, with the help of Werner Dechand, developed and prepared for serial production. Perfect proportions, well thought out mechanisms, materials of high standard and quality-conscious manufacturing distinguishes it from its second-rate imitations.

Our foam and fabrics are certified according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100, the supplier of our fabric is certified according to Environment Management Standard ISO 14001.


  • Möbel des Jahres '87, Design Center Stuttgart
  • Möbel des Monats, Schöner Wohnen
  • Eintrag in 'Moderne Klassiker - Möbel, die Geschichte machen', Gruner & Jahr.
  • Eintrag in 'Wohndesign Deutschland. Die Klassiker', Dumont Verlag
  • Busse Longlife Design Award 2008
  • Width 95 cm (see illustration), 125 cm (see above) or 155 cm (see gallery), Height of seat 38 cm, Lying (surface) 215 cm.

    Tattomi Relax armchair

    producer: mobilia collection