Look to the past to see the future.
Sancal’s collection is an ode to the unfinished, leaving the end of the piece in hands of the public.
Sancal’s Futura Collection is a bold reinterpretation of 60s Futurism. Acrylic and chrome details are softened by a selection of textiles that play with patterns and a discrete pallete.
Aesthetically, however, the Futura Collection is based on past references, generally from the ’60s and in its particular vision of the future. Inspiration has been drawn from the fashions of Rabanne, Cousard and Cardin, films like 2001, the designs of Aarnio and the architecture of Niemeyer.
The ’60s was a time of revolution and rebirth, the big bang that ignited so much of the popular culture that we now take for granted. It was a time when industrial design came of age, mastering new materials to create titillating visions of a bright new world that seemed almost within reach. At a time when the globe stands at another crossroads, Sancal revisits the optimism of the Space Age.
The future has arrived; the future is in our hands; the future is ours; we are the future; the future is here!