Geo is an all rounded project. The proportions have been designed with upmost attention, a voluminous form is rested on a thin and elegant frame, like a nest. The collection includes the sofa, an armchair, a baby armchair and the poufs.
Pixel Light Outdoor
Pixel Light stems from the desire to expand on the concept of form flexibility to reach a more sophisticated one of fluidity of spaces.
The restyling of the My Taos sofa best communicates Saba’s identity. Its based on the 4 pillars of the company: memory, comfort, design and poetry.
The seating Geo collection welcomes a new element: a versatile small table with a nomadic allure that proposes again the characteristic base in three shades, black chrome, satin brass and glossy co
New York Bergère
The same frame as the New York armchair boasts the comfortable upholstery of the bergère.
Philo is a prefix of Greek origins that indicates love, propensity and empathy towards people and things.
We have looked at our most beautiful projects from another perspective: that of sleep. We have respected the visual language and maintained the intelligent functions that distinguishes them.
Cristina Celestino designs for Saba the new Gala seating system, thus establishing a collaboration with the company.
The Leyva bookcase is made of painted iron rod welded into a grille of uniform squares. Sophisticated and unintrusive, Leyva decorates the living room with a light, contemporary touch.
New York Dining
The New York family adds yet another seating solution to the dining area collection.
The Baby Essentiel armchair offers a contained seating solution that follows the same design as the sofa and exhibits a form without excess and with comfortable ergonomics.
Island is a collection made up of three poufs with organic forms that evoke the coast line lapped by the sea.
New York Suite
The New York Suite collection designed by Sergio Bicego still retains a contemporary soul and timeless spirit.
Delightfully pretty, the Amélie tub chair conjures up visions of French haute couture. The inner curves have been deliberately emphasized by a clever hand‐quilted patterning effect.
A collection of poufs and coffee tables in metal rods and woven nautical cords, mixed together like the paints on an artist’s palette. The barrel and hourglass silhouettes come together to make up