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Originally designed in 1975 by Pierre Paulin for Gubi, the enveloping Pacha Lounge Chair combines sublime comfort with creative expression.
With the 70s being a decade of spirited new approaches to design, Paulin designed Pacha without the constraints of legs, thereby attesting the comfort and cosiness of low-level living.
Pacha’s elegant, rounded form is the result of soft foam padding, finely stitched lines and Dedar’s Karakorum fabric. A bulky yet soft wool and viscose blend, it is inspired by the prized astrakhan fur and available in ivory and anthracite hues.
- Crafted in Denmark by the prestigious collective, Gubi
- Exemplifies the benefits of low-level seating
- Upholstered in Dedar’s Karakorum fabric