Ligne Roset has already become synonymous with modern luxury and impeccable French style. The company is known for its fruitful and successful collaboration with both well-known international designers and young up-and-coming talents in contemporary design. Ligne Roset offers consumers an entire lifestyle in which they can live both boldly and beautifully. This French company produces stylish modern furniture collections and complimentary decorative accessories, lighting, rugs, textiles and much more.
BRASS BELL Hanging lamp by Ligne Roset
Ligne Roset is a great history of traditions, respect for the past and craftsmanship made in France. You may be surprised to learn that the history of Ligne Roset goes way back, much more than you could expect. It was established in 1860, which makes it almost 160 years old! Antoine Roset opened a wood processing factory in Montagnieu, in the Ain province of France. Antoine and his son Emile started producing wooden umbrellas, walking sticks and chair frames.
FIFTY Armchair by Ligne Roset
Things started to change around the 1950s, in the post-war era. In that period about 50 employees were working for the company and the management was in the hands of Antoine’s grandson, Jean. He decided that it was time to evolve and make his company more relevant and bigger. That is why the factory started producing artisanal quality contract furniture. The company manufactured tables, chairs and beds for a variety of institutions, such as offices, schools, universities, hospitals and so on.
SPIRIT OF FOREST Table by Ligne Roset
This family business was growing very fast and in ten years’ time the company was able to enter the domestic market. Around that time Jean’s sons Pierre and Michele joined the family company and the real revolution happened. The young people brought with them all the lively and explosive creativity of 60-s and 70-s. The company started collaborating with talented designers and architects such as Michel Ducaroy. Finally, in 1973 Ligne Roset became an official brand, opening its first official shop.
SLICE Sofa by Ligne Roset
From that moment on, Ligne Roset continued expanding and growing its successful business, establishing itself as one of the leading European producers of design furniture and home accessories. Now the company has more than 200 official shops all over the world and more than 750 retailers. It is a really stunning result that would have been impossible to achieve without sticking to the principles of quality and style that have always been the main qualities of this family company.
ANDA Armchair by Ligne Roset
Togo sofa is probably one of the most famous furniture pieces created by Ligne Roset. It was designed in 1973 by French designer Michel Ducaroy. Shortly after its debut Togo sofa was awarded the René-Gabriel price at the Salon des arts ménagers and was recognized as an “innovative and democratic furniture” that offered a good price-to-quality ratio. It has been one of the best Ligne Roset’s bestsellers for almost 50 years. This timeless collection of sofas and armchairs features an ergonomic design combined with multiple density polyether foam construction and quilted covers that make each furniture piece visually attractive, stylish, inviting and comfortable.
TOGO Sofa by Ligne Roset
Like hardly any other piece of furniture, Ploum sofa represents the spirit and lifestyle of an era. In the 70s designers started to create more opulent seating solutions that were aimed to guarantee the maximum comfort. In order to understand the needs of their target customers, the designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec conducted a detailed study on users’ comfort and expectations. “We tried to create a very comfortable settee of contemporary design,” said the designers, describing their motivation for creating this model. The Ploum sofa is characterized by a broad shape and soft forms, that look very inviting and cozy, adapting perfectly to the user’s body contours.
PLOUM Sofa by Ligne Roset
Besides, the combination of materials helps intensify this incredible sensation of comfort. Ploum sofa has a stretchable covering and ultra-soft foam material. This combination along with the sofa’s ample dimensions provides extreme comfort and permits different ways of sitting, stretching out or even lying down. The seat of the sofa can accommodate up to 4 people. According to the designers, the innovative use of the stretch fabric for the upholstery represents “a symbol for modern lifestyles in which flexibility and comfort are considered essential. We conceived this sofa as a ripe and delicious fruit.” The aim of the designers was to create a practical and stylish sofa for the diversity of life. The result is a highly organic unity of material and form that can be perfectly integrated in any contemporary interior.
PLOUM Sofa by Ligne Roset
Pumpkin sofa is a timeless design icon designer by Pierre Paulin in 1971 for the private apartments of former French president Georges Pompidou in the Elysée Palace. This collection is characterized by soft, organic, round shapes and firm seating comfort. The collection is represented by an armchair with or without headrest, a loveseat and a sofa. Pumpkin collection represents Paulin’s revolutionary and unique style and as its name suggests it resembles a giant pumpkin, welcoming the users with its generous and protective forms.
PUMPKIN Sofa by Ligne Roset