French born in Austria, Marc Sadler currently lives in Milan. Experimenting with plastics, the main theme of his studies and 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, United States, Asia and Italy), collaborates with many companies in the furnishing, small and large appliances, lighting, industrial products more strictly, as well as still strongly committed in the sports industry collaborations with almost thirty years. At the beginning of the 70 sets the first ski-boot in thermoplastic material is fully recyclable, subsequently industrialised by Caber (afterwards known as Lotto), which quickly gained the responsibility for all product lines by establishing a long and fruitful collaboration marked by the patent of the boot with symmetric shell, he was for several years the world's best selling. And 'This is the origin of its specialisation in the design of the sport that brought him to work with the most important multinational companies in the US, Asia, Japan and Europe, both in sports shoes in many other areas of the sport: skiing, tennis rackets, golf clubs, etc. The origin of a branch of industry where research and testing of new materials and technologies are more widespread, enabling it to export knowledge in areas where it is rooted design concept confined to the aesthetic form. Award-winning the Compasso d'Oro ADI for the lamps Drop (Flos, 1994), Tite and Mite (Foscarini, 2001), the library Big (2008, Caimi Brevetti) and the refrigerated ice-Bellevue technology Panorama (IFI, 2014 ), he has received many other important international design awards. Its designed for Dainese is in the permanent design collection of the MOMA in New York and the lamp Mite Foscarini is part of the design collection of the Beaubourg in Paris. In spite of his well deserved reputation as a technical designer Marc Sadler he is fond of painting and drawing, emotionally engaged as to consider its interests more authentic.