Marc Sadler was born in Austria, has lived and worked in France, United States, Asia, and currently lives in Milan where he works as a consultant for companies in different sectors: furniture, domestic appliances, lighting and sports. Marc Sadler began his career as designer in the '70s in the field of sportswear, designing the first ski boot in recyclable thermoplastic material, then industrialized by the Italian company Lotto, with which it establishes a long and fruitful collaboration. The specialization in sports design leads him to work for with the largest multinational companies in the world and in other areas of sports such as skiing, golf clubs, tennis rackets. The knowledge acquired in this sector allows him to export new production processes and experimentation with new materials in other sectors. Marc Sadler has received numerous and important international design awards: he was awarded with the Compasso d'Oro ADI in 1994 for the Drop lamps by Flos and in 2001 for the Tite and Mite lamps by Foscarini, in 2008 for the Big bookshelf by Caimi Brevetti and the Bellevue ice-cream counter with Panorama technology (IFI, 2014). The Mite lamp designed for Foscarini made with an innovative mix of glass fiber stands out for its important dimensions, the seductive and slender design, which became part of the design collection of the Beaubourg in Paris.