Marc Sadler


Marc was born in Austria and currently lives in Milan. Experimenting with plastics, the main theme of his studies and his personal curiosity has always had a prominent place in his work as a designer. Citizen of the world (he lived and practiced his profession in France, the United States, Asia and Italy), Marc collaborates with many companies in furnishing, small and large appliances, lighting, more purely industrial products, as well as still strongly committed in the sports industry collaborations with almost thirty years.

Award-winning with the Compasso d'Oro ADI for the lamps Drop (Flos, 1994), Tite and Mite (Foscarini, 2001), the library Big (2008, Caimi Brevetti) and mini-ice cream counter Bellevue with technology Panorama (IFI, 2014 ), has received many other important international design awards. His back protector designed for Dainese is in the permanent collection of the MOMA in New York and Mite Foscarini is part of the design collection of the Beaubourg in Paris.