A pop and nonconformist icon, a symbol of the cultural transformation of 1968, Sacco by Zanotta makes a comeback by entering global change with a numbered green edition.
Sacco Goes Green is the exclusive collection consisting of three series of 100 pieces each with a pattern based on an original design by Pierre Charpin, who was inspired by the concept of 'net' to create a dense interweaving of colored lines, proposed in three color variations , which supports all Sacco configurations without changing the effect of the design
Innovative and sustainable materials relaunch the cult seat with a view to environmental responsibility.
After 50 years, Sacco continues to look towards the future with the same spirit of avant-garde and experimentation.
The textile wraps, both internal and external, are in fact made of Econyl, a patented 100% recycled nylon thread obtained from the recovery of fishing nets and plastic waste that are regenerated without using other natural resources of the planet. The microspheres are instead filled with BioFoam, a patented biodegradable and compostable bioplastic obtained from sugar cane.
Sacco thus becomes an eco-design product: it activates a circular economy process and helps reduce environmental pollution.