Sacco Lounge Chair

Manufactured by:  Zanotta

Designed by Piero Gatti, Cesare Paolini, and Franco Teodoro in 1968, the Sacco lounge chair is perhaps one of the most iconic furniture designs of the late 1960s.  As its name suggests, Sacco is a “sac” of joined textile panels that has been filled with highly-resistant expanded polystyrene pellets.  Unlike fixed chairs or seating, Sacco actually conforms to the specific user’s form – quite literally functioning as a chair only when there is a sitter.  It’s fabulously enigmatic form functions as a playful sculpture when not in use – its lightweight composition allows it to be easily moved around a space.  Sacco is available in its original size along with Zanotta’s newer versions of Medium and Small.  The latter is ideal for use in a children’s room or play space.

Sacco is included in the permanent collections of 27 museums worldwide.  It’s available in a number of different solid and patterned textiles – leather is also an option. Zanotta’s recently introduced, popular Vip textile is available in nine solid colors and can even be used outdoors. Please contact us to review these options.  Learn more about the Sacco chair's history by clicking here.

Designed in 1968.

21.3” W, 21.3” D, 23.3” H (Small)
26.8” W, 26.8” D, 24.8” H (Medium)
31.5" W, 31.5" D, 26.8” H (Large)


$ 624 - $ 2,504 (Small)
$ 719 - $ 2,861 (Medium)
$ 1,002 - $ 3,885 (Large)

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Manufactured by:  Zanotta

Designed by Piero Gatti, Cesare Paolini, and Franco Teodoro in 1968, the Sacco lounge chair is perhaps one of the most iconic furniture designs of the late 1960s.  As its name suggests, Sacco is a “sac” of joined textile panels that has been filled with highly-resistant expanded polystyrene pellets.  Unlike fixed chairs or seating, Sacco actually conforms to the specific user’s form – quite literally functioning as a chair only when there is a sitter.  It’s fabulously enigmatic form functions as a playful sculpture when not in use – its lightweight composition allows it to be easily moved around a space.  Sacco is available in its original size along with Zanotta’s newer versions of Medium and Small.  The latter is ideal for use in a children’s room or play space.

Sacco is included in the permanent collections of 27 museums worldwide.  It’s available in a number of different solid and patterned textiles – leather is also an option. Zanotta’s recently introduced, popular Vip textile is available in nine solid colors and can even be used outdoors. Please contact us to review these options.  Learn more about the Sacco chair's history by clicking here.

Designed in 1968.

21.3” W, 21.3” D, 23.3” H (Small)
26.8” W, 26.8” D, 24.8” H (Medium)
31.5" W, 31.5" D, 26.8” H (Large)


$ 624 - $ 2,504 (Small)
$ 719 - $ 2,861 (Medium)
$ 1,002 - $ 3,885 (Large)

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Manufactured by:  Zanotta

Designed by Piero Gatti, Cesare Paolini, and Franco Teodoro in 1968, the Sacco lounge chair is perhaps one of the most iconic furniture designs of the late 1960s.  As its name suggests, Sacco is a “sac” of joined textile panels that has been filled with highly-resistant expanded polystyrene pellets.  Unlike fixed chairs or seating, Sacco actually conforms to the specific user’s form – quite literally functioning as a chair only when there is a sitter.  It’s fabulously enigmatic form functions as a playful sculpture when not in use – its lightweight composition allows it to be easily moved around a space.  Sacco is available in its original size along with Zanotta’s newer versions of Medium and Small.  The latter is ideal for use in a children’s room or play space.

Sacco is included in the permanent collections of 27 museums worldwide.  It’s available in a number of different solid and patterned textiles – leather is also an option. Zanotta’s recently introduced, popular Vip textile is available in nine solid colors and can even be used outdoors. Please contact us to review these options.  Learn more about the Sacco chair's history by clicking here.

Designed in 1968.

21.3” W, 21.3” D, 23.3” H (Small)
26.8” W, 26.8” D, 24.8” H (Medium)
31.5" W, 31.5" D, 26.8” H (Large)


$ 624 - $ 2,504 (Small)
$ 719 - $ 2,861 (Medium)
$ 1,002 - $ 3,885 (Large)

Zanotta

“Many people might deem it an exaggeration to present the products of just one manufacturer as a ‘micromodel’ of Italian furniture design in its entirety. However, if it makes no sense to claim that Zanotta’s production alone represents all the key moments of the Italian design history of the last sixty years, we must admit that this history could not be written without referring to its contribution.” - Emilio Ambasz, 1988

From its inception in 1954, Zanotta has been known for the quality, function, and comfort of its furniture designs – all underscored with a remarkable commitment to research and experimentation with materials and technology to enable new aesthetics. Zanotta’s catalogue of iconic modern and contemporary designs chronicles the evolution of Italian furniture design within the 20th and 21st centuries.

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