Ola originates from a simple idea but at the same time represents a complex concept - a welcoming armchair created utilising four individual curved sheets. Each sheet converges towards a single centre. Four sheets become two sheets for the variation without armrests. The metal frame has an essential and graphic silhouette in contrast with the padded rounded forms.
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.
We have looked at our most beautiful projects from another perspective: that of sleep.
Island is a collection made up of three poufs with organic forms that evoke the coast line lapped by the sea.
Ziggy is 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
The project takes its inspiration from the concept of our memory, reimagining simple and iconic forms with echoes from the past.
Teatro Magico, the first Saba table designed by the architecture studio 967 Arch, is a scenic backdrop for the domestic and contract environment. A curtain that opens and closes in dialogue with mu
Sometimes a name can say a lot, sometimes it says everything. Geo is an all rounded armchair, the protagonist in a home.
Flow, adapt, create void, rearrange space, receive and renew indefinitely. The Avant‐Après seating is able to do it all.
The Kepi armchair’s sober design and vaguely Nordic look are softened by rounded lines that add character and improve comfort.
New York Bergère
The same frame as the New York armchair boasts the comfortable upholstery of the bergère.
Haiku is a Japanese word used to describe a poem consisting of just three lines up to a total of seventeen syllables.
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.
Cristina Celestino designs for Saba the new Gala seating system, thus establishing a collaboration with the company.
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