Giovanni Baccolini has been working with Sesta since 1996. After designing the Cherie executive collection, he developed the Ta-Cherie programme for community seating. In 1999 he designed the Carina series, which contributed to Sesta's achieving international recognition for its brand by reaching an annual average production of 30.000 units in the community and public furnishing sector. 2002 saw Baccolini give expression to Sesta's need to develop a wide-ranging programme for community furnishing by applying the philosophy behind the Carina series: this led to the birth of Easy and EasyGO, the latter being a versatile seating element aimed at conference, educational and meeting areas. With the completion of the community and public furnishing programme, Eimu 2006 saw the launch of GO Conference, a seating concept based on beams with tip-up seats for conference and educational settings, GO Panca, a collection of beam-based seating with fixed seats for waiting areas, and Four, a seat aimed at a wide range of uses and therefore available in many different variants of colour and materials.



Paolo and Francesco Favaretto worked with Sesta in 2012 to design a brand new collection for the office and contract sector. The resulting Paul & Frank collection presented at the Salone Ufficio 2013 furniture show is designed to spark the interest of all age brackets and tastes and, especially, to look great everywhere, whatever the setting and decor. The upper part of the seat frame is made from steel rod in two diameters and the support base comes in a range of materials and types: four leg, sled, column and swivel base, tubular steel, and steel rod. The range of different construction styles means the collection is extremely comprehensive, with models of various types and prices that are perfectly matched to current market demands.



Alessio Pozzoli started working with Sesta in 1999 developing a modular divan with substitutable seating. That modular divan, Tommy, was subsequently presented in 2000 at the Cologne Orgatec fair with a variety of different seats: Polypropylene, beechwood, laminate, hide and padded. Tommy contributed to the success of Sesta as a Company sensitive to the furniture design needs of the office and the community. In 2003 Pozzoli offered solutions to Sesta's need to integrate its line of seating for waiting areas with a single, coloured, easily recognizable seat develop, in collaboration with Sesta, the Day&Night armchair presented at Eimu 2004. Made of Polyethylene and available in 8 colours, with various bases, Day&Night became the star of the Sesta catalogue thanks to the strongly expressive personality of its forms and colours. Moreover, by adding a cushion Day&Night is easily transformed into an piece of furniture for a conversation area or hotel room.