Following recent trips to the world’s best design fairs including imm Cologne and Maison&Objet Paris, DOMO has handpicked its favourite furniture products from Ligne Roset’s 2014 collection which are headed for Australia’s shore.
March 4th, 2014
Above: Ruche chair – Originally designed by Inga Sempé as a sofa and bed, the Ruche is now transformed into an armchair. This quilt-inspired chair is the must have piece for 2014.
France’s most innovative contemporary furniture company has collaborated with Europe’s renowned designers including Inga Sempé, Philippe Nigro, Christian Werner and Studio Catori to bring to life these functional, yet breathtaking pieces.
The new additions to the contemporary collection, available exclusively at DOMO, take inspiration from your classic quilt, parachutes and even the King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson, delivering a truly unique collection that Australian design enthusiast will love.
Left: Parachute hanging light pendant – Made entirely from steel wire, the Parachute hanging light was designed to light up any modern home.
Right: Ligne Roset Pharaoh hanging light pendant – The Pharaoh is the ‘king’ of all light fittings, designed by Studio Catori to pay homage to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson.
Prado settee (large) – Christian Werner’s design took this year’s imm Cologne by storm with weighted cushions that act as movable backrests that are functional yet comfortable.
Odessa dining table (walnut and oak) – With simple yet vigorous lines, this dining table topped with walnut timber is ideal for the contemporary home.
Left: Fold coffee table – Philippe Nigro has delivers his new signature piece – a three-piece occasional table that can be adjusted to suit any space.
Right: Mateo desk (white) – This beautiful white lacquered desk is the perfect addition to any home office.
The new Lignet Roset collection is available from DOMO.
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