Originally designed in 1975 by the legendary Frenchman Pierre Paulin, the Gubi Pacha lounge chair broke boundaries with its rounded and bold form, ushering in a new age of design in a post-war, post-austerity era. Paulin consistently practised comfort as a starting point for his designs, with the Pacha chair being no different; curvaceous, organic shapes mix to support the natural shape of the body. The Pacha lounge chair represents Paulin's philosophy of low-level living; a modern way of living and sitting on the floor.
Iconic French furniture designer Pierre Paulin’s unique and innovative style instantly revolutionized everyday furniture in the 1960’s and ’70s.
Paulin had many successful collaborations with Thonet France and Artifort, the latter resulting in several iconic pieces such as the Mushroom, Ribbon and Tongue chairs, all of which have become sought-after design classics.