Take A Seat With Ligne Roset & 6 Armchair Styles For a Modern Room
Take a seat with Ligne Roset. Here we bring you six super chic armchairs to help inspire your next interior.
Armchairs are a staple in interior design. Add a set to a luxurious living room, or a single armchair to a striking bedroom or guest suite. Chairs add both comfort and colour to a space. If you’re after trendy seating solutions that will help you create an inspired ambience in your home, check out these offerings from Ligne Roset…
Amédée is a settee and armchair combination. It is carefully designed around lumbar support that is quilted and stitched just like the bucket seats of the best Italian motor cars. The armchair may be rotating, and there is also a footstool for when it’s time to relax. Chic, urban and thus compact, this family of seating acquires undeniable luxury object status when upholstered in the new full-grain, pure aniline Orga leather, with its slightly smooth, glossy finish.
Anda envelops and supports the body perfectly. This armchair outstrips the archetype of the historical ‘fauteuil crapaud’ (squat armchair) by offering a totally new shape. This is offered, for optimum comfort, in both low and high-backed version. It is also complemented by a footstool.
Ligne Roset was able to work on the reissue of the Bonnie seating using a real collector’s item, one of only a few very rare examples in existence (modèles 500 and 500/2 – design 1975). From the outset, the Bonnie seating was striking in terms of its comfort. This was both visual and real, hugging the lines of the human body fiercely. The Bonnie seating is at once extremely comfortable and also clever, without being too clever.
”A new way of living!” Such was the 1968 introduction of American Vogue to Bernard Govin’s U.F.O. (Unidentified Flying Object), which beautifully embodies this floor-loving style of interior arrangement which has also been called low look.
After a long period during which it was only to be seen in the collections of the Musée des Arts décoratifs, Asmara is now making its big comeback to the collection for the 160th anniversary of Ligne Roset. Nostalgics, collectors, fans of co-working and above all visionaries will want to seize the opportunity to rediscover this mythical seating, its comfort further improved by the latest innovations from the Roset R& D.
The Mobilier National has a twin mission: to furnish official buildings and to embody French design at the point of innovation. Pierre Paulin participated in this project from 1971 with Elysée and Pumpkin. Philippe Nigro takes up the baton in 2020 with Ligne Roset and Hémicycle. If the term Hémicycle might be evocative of the Assemblée Nationale, it was also chosen for its completely different geometrical connotation. The use of this straight seat must also be well suited to use in institutions, public spaces or more traditional habitations. It represents a classically-styled welcoming place capable of travelling between the highest echelons of power and the intimacy of a contemporary apartment.
In 2009, Pascal Mourgue brings us Cityloft, with a ‘classic international’ style ‘to last longer than just a fashion’.
A light high-legged structure beautifully accommodates the soft, sophisticated cushions. The armrests in matt black lacquered moulded aluminium are a technical triumph, a perfect foil to an attractive, functional design.
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