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Pacha 3 Seater Sofa with Armrests

$11,875.00
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Why We Love It

Curvaceous, soft and low-slung, the Pacha Sofa is a joyfully modernist creation which embraces both extreme comfort and effortless versatility. 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.

While the overall feel is organic and hyper-relaxed, Paulin’s obsession for ergonomic precision and craftsmanship can only be fully appreciated by sitting in one of his striking creations. The options of added armrests on the sides and between seats provide even more support, allowing one to lean with ease to any side.

Paulin’s vision of sitting in an entire cloud formation is made possible by the many modular combinations available. The Pacha Ottoman provides extra comfort for the Pacha Sofa, or even as an informal seat of its own. A choice of Black or Pearl Gold base and many customizable upholstery options offer a wealth of possibilities for your living room, lobby or foyer.

  • With generously curved lounge chairs and sofas, the Pacha Collection will bring life and character to any interior setting.
  • Choice of Black or Pearl Gold base and a vast array of custom upholstery options allow you to design a statement piece for any style.
  • The Pacha 3 Seater Sofa is fully upholstered, has a painted wood base and is available Armless or with Armrests (including optional middle armrest).
  • Laquered MDF base and bent plywood inside structure supports cut foam padding and commercial-grade upholstery.
  • Rubber glides included as standard.

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Gubi

The curators at Gubi make dwelling in the past look good. Their team of "treasure hunters" is on a mission to re-launch iconic designs from the 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, and today. That's over fifty years of eclectic, international, and groundbreaking mid-century modern design brought to the present.