My Taos sofa is one of the greatest examples of versatile and modular sofas by Saba.
Its recent redesign is based on the 4 pillars of the Saba Italia: memory, comfort, design and poetry. Memory is evident in the new My Taos in the integrity towards the original design, maintaining the fluidity of the pouf structures. Improved comfort has redefined the heights of the back structures and improved the ergonomics using the latest generation of materials. This new design has also altered the fold out side tables and new cylindrical support cushions. The element of poetry in the updated design has rounded the forms softening all the edges and lines. My Taos sofa epitomises how an excellent design stands the test of time.
For the upholstery, you can choose from a big selection of fabrics and leather (see link below), or you can supply your own material if you are dreaming of having this piece of furniture in your own personalized style. The fabric covers are removable and washable. Please specify your fabric/leather color code in the order notes when you order online. Some fabrics may not be available for the UK. For Category Club, Florida and Master please contact our team.
The legs are made from wood with non-sliding plugs and wheels.
Should you require further help do not hesitate to contact us through our email email@example.com or via phone at 020 8510 3605 to book an appointment for a fabric consultation in our showroom in Hackney.
View all fabric options here.
Back and armrest: In steel and wood padded with polyurethane foam and Memory, upper mattress in goose down covered in 100% cotton.
Padding: Core in polyurethane foam and Memory, upper mattress in goose down covered in 100% cotton.
*This product is made to order and requires a 6-8 weeks time to be delivered to London. The price is based on the combination pictured on the main image. This combination consists of a two seater 170 cm central unit with side arm-rest, a 130 cm module with a Canaletto Walnut side table, one seat cushion and one roll cushion. For different combinations see images 5, 6 and 7.