Ligne Roset 2018 Collection best defined by its luxury essence and use of noble materials that is bound to leave any design enthusiast craving for more. Everybody knows that the French luxury brand is synonymous with modern luxury and invites consumers to revel in a contemporary, design-forward lifestyle, and this astonishing collection is no exception.
The furniture and objects of the Ligne Roset 2018 collection were both thought out individually and as part of a global housing project, sometimes inspired by the world of high decoration, resulting in a mesmerising collection! Now, Paris Design Agenda will feature some of the best interior design pieces from this extraordinarily contemporary collection.
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CM 131 Bridge Chair by Pierre Paulin
In 2018, 10 years after the reissue of the CM 141 desk, Michel Roset and Paulin took the decision to reissue the CM 131 chair, struck by the freshness of a chair which was celebrating its 65 birthday.
Cáliz Table Lamp by Stephan Veit
The Cáliz is a gorgeous table lamp in the shape of a bowl. In his creative process, designer Stephan Veitexplains that, when “a design unveils its creative idea, and if I find what it tells me pleasing, this is when things become very interesting. The idea for the Cáliz light? The classic table lamp in a deconstructed form…the shade floats in a transparent glass chalice”.
Hako Low Chest by Philippe Boisselier
To designer Philippe Boisselier, this piece “plays the card of modesty and detail”. The intention was to offer a piece with the focus on their function.
Paipaï Loveseat by Lucidi Pevere
Paipaï offers us a completely original concept. Paipaï is a project which unfolded from a simple gesture: folding a piece of paper to create a closed shape. As in origami, from a flat surface, Lucidi Pevere has designed simple fold lines.
Geoffrey Mirror and Clothes Stand by Alain Gilles
Geoffrey is a simple mirror/clothes stand which is easy to understand, but much ‘richer’ than it would seem at first. Its pared-down design makes it minimalist, yet its dimensions render it spectacular.