Contemporary sofa PACHA
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contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
contemporary sofa
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Location
living room
Color
brown
Seat material
fabric
Designer
by Pierre Paulin
Capacity
2-person, 3-seater
Options
customizable, ergonomic

Description

Legendary French designer Pierre Paulin originally designed the Pacha Lounge Chair in 1975. Paulin designed the chair in harmony with the changing design style of its period, replacing the austerity of post-war design with a new, vigorous approach. Paulin managed to give a real elegance to the rounded forms of the Pacha Lounge Chair by finding the perfect proportions, raising it lightly on its base and tracing in the foam and upholstery with stitching lines inclined inwards. Through pieces like the Pacha Lounge Chair, Pierre Paulin pioneered low-level living; a modern way of living and sitting on the floor, by getting rid of chair legs. With comfort as the constant starting-point in his designs, the curvaceous, whimsical and organic shapes of the Pacha Chair are conceived to serve the body, providing both comfort and cosiness. Looking at contemporary today as when it first was designed, the Pacha Lounge Chair is an honest, functional piece that brings life and character to any interior setting. Individual modules The Pacha Sofas are made by linking up multiple modules with an optional, easily removeable, armrest between each one for extra comfort. Iconic designer Pierre Paulin’s vision was to create a sensation of ‘sitting on clouds’. A little ahead of its time in 1975, the modular Pacha Collection is finally coming into its own today as GUBI reissues this timeless and characterful collection.
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