LIGNE ROSET ARRIVES AT MAISON&OBJET TO PRESENT THE ARTISTRY OF ITS COLLECTIONS, RANGING FROM OBJECTS TO OUTDOORS, IN A MULTITUDE OF DESIGN SOLUTIONS
Ligne Roset take part at the Parisian exhibition with renewed collections, a wide range of proposals from objects to furniture, including the outdoor, lighting and various furniture accessories.
Numerous proposals reflecting the mood of the designers who created them, but always in perfect harmony with the brand’s philosophy; starting from the Bandaska collection of vases, designed by Studio Dechem, made of Bohemian glass and entirely handcrafted; the Desdemone bed by Soda Designers, with its peculiar short and embracing headboard; the sculptural Elsa chair by Francois Bauchet, with its original sleigh-shaped shell; to the Headlight collection of lamps by Lara Grand, inspired by sea headlights.
Among the many novelties, there’s also the revamping of the Plumy iconic model by the renowned designer Annie Hieronimus (a restyling that emphasizes the company’s expertise in creating seats entirely made of foam, launched by the Group in 1966).
A piece not to be missed, Slice, a collection of upholstered and modular seats designed 20 years ago by Pierre Charpin, combining colors and modularity for ever-new compositions.
The proposals keep going on in the name of a contemporary design, with an international twist.