Saligia is the Latin acronym for the seven deadly sins and in this case also a series of redesigns of Arne Jacobsen’s
famous chair model 3107 also refered to simply as no. 7. Each chair represents one of the sins.
The inspiration is taken from Danish bishop Jan Lindhardt’s book about the Seven Deadly Sins in which he claims
that the sins have become virtues in modern western society.
The chairs have been auctioned off for charity and now reside at gallery Sicart in Stavanger, Norway.