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. Whether it is wall‐mounted or free‐standing, it will easily blend into any environment. Perfect for modern settings and a seamless solution for industrial surrounds, it could also bestow an unexpected twist on more classical décor. In the floor version, the moveable shelves and the base are in coated sheet metal.
We have looked at our most beautiful projects from another perspective: that of sleep.
Pixel Light Indoor
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 project takes its inspiration from the concept of our memory, reimagining simple and iconic forms with echoes from the past.
Cristina Celestino designs for Saba the new Gala seating system, thus establishing a collaboration with the company.
Shade of Venice
The Shade of Venice dividers, inspired by the Venetian islands and their local glow, are created with a magical colorful weave of nautical cords.
A light, crisp and stylish table with a strong, clean design and an elegant, dainty spirit.
Metal base and MDF top. Available in a matt lacquered finish.
New York Suite
The New York Suite collection designed by Sergio Bicego still retains a contemporary soul and timeless spirit.
Limes New is an invitation to go beyond the conventions of predefined space, showcasing how it can become something else altogether by simply moving the back rests.
The New York collection expands its product range to welcome a line of stools, designed to be the vertical development of the series without armrests.
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.
Haiku is a Japanese word used to describe a poem consisting of just three lines up to a total of seventeen syllables.
The Teo low table, designed by Zanellato/Bortotto studio, stems from the idea of evoking a constructive and symbolic archetype such as the dome, a passe-partout accessory in Saba environments, both
A whimsical, feminine seat: discreet and refined, calm and simple. The rounded shape is accentuated by the sumptuous fabric, velvet on the outside and boucle jacquard on the inside.