Cesare Paolini, Franco Teodoro, Piero Gatti,
Sacco is an armchair with such peculiar features to turn it into a real design icon only few years after its birth.
It presents itself with the simple appearance of a large plastic bag or a soft-shaped bean, filled for two-thirds of polystyrene balls. This structure allows total ergonomics: the entire surface of the armchair fits perfectly to the curves of the back, molding on its shapes like fresh snow. At rest, it appears as a a shapeless cumulus, an element of freedom and discontinuity in furnishings, which only in the act of sitting reveals features and proportions specially designed to simulate those of a human body.
The softness of a session made to entertain, fascinate, and embrace