Pixel Light, the new seating system design by Sergio Bicego, stems from the desire to expand on the concept of form flexibility to reach a more sophisticated one of the fluidity of spaces. We investigated new possibilities and uses for the Pixel sofa, the iconic project for Saba, that this year celebrates its tenth anniversary. We lightened its form by improving the technical performances while still maintaining intact the unique style that now allows it to inhabit both interior and exterior spaces. The thought that accompanied us through this project was indeed the desire of dissolving the boundaries between inside and outside. Pixel Light outdoor: its characteristic is perceivable from the precise silhouette of the structure in steel for corrosion resistance, very elegant in the varnished champagne or noir finish. It can be embellished by textile bands that bestow upon it a summer allure or left pure for a more essential look. Customizable in the combination of the elements, it allows for the classic backrest panels, the lower padded armrests for an alternative comfort or the new low table element in naturally varnished iroko wood. The main innovation that we are proud of consists of a particular seating construction technique that allows for the discharge of excess water. The frame is in marine plywood and heat-welded, water-resistant canvas is used for the padding.