Cab Chair White
Unlike Le Crobusier, Jeanneret, or Breuer, Mario Bellini opted not to showcase the tubular steel frame in his design for the iconic Cab Chair in 1979. Instead, he covered its skeleton with a beefy leather saddle that extended like a glove over its back and legs and zipped together at its feet. Thanks to exaggerated stitching, the seat appears to be sewn into its skin creating a look that prompted MoMA and the Met to snatch one up for their collections. What 's more, Cab 's thick seat acts like a sling, so you can sit pretty and comfy all at once.