Hospitality Design August 2014 - Cosse by Philippe Nigro
30 August, 2014

 

Cosse by Philippe Nigro

Designed by Philippe Nigro with comfort in mind, Cosse is a streamlined vision of lightness in materials. A discreet wood frame is paired with a system of suspension straps to create a contoured form that is as inviting as it is beautiful. With unique twisted armrests and extremely thin wooden legs, Cosse is a triumph in progressive production techniques and contemporary design. Newly created for 2014, this collection includes a medium two-seat sofa, a large three-seat sofa, and an ottoman.

Design Milk August 2014 - Prado by Christian Werner
18 August, 2014

 

Prado by Christian Werner

A vast daybed and sofa, Prado consists of a generous bench seat and freeform back cushions that can be placed so that one can sit or lie down as they wish. The cushions are weighted and have a non-slip system so they have no need to be rested against or attached to anything for support. This collection, consisting of two different sized sofas and two differently shaped low tables, has been completely guided by the search for freedom and well-being.

The New York Times August 2014 - Ploum by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec & Togo by Michel Ducaroy
14 August, 2014

 

Ploum by R. & E. Bouroullec

Ploum is the ideal sofa or loveseat for moments when one truly wants to relax alone or with friends. It is warm and comforting to the eye and soft to the touch. A lot of research went into Ploum’s creation. It was even likened by the Bouroullec brothers, to “a ripe, voluptuous piece of fruit.” A single piece of upholstery, encompassing two layers of high resilience Bultex® foam quilted together with thick polyester wadding between them, covers the entire piece, including the feet. Its slightly inward angle creates a cozy arrangement suitable for sitting, stretching out, and lying down. Ploum is quite remarkable in terms of both style and comfort. Ploum is available in a range of colors in Mood, Spirit, Bifoam, Manhattan, and Dia fabrics.  

 

Togo by Michel Ducaroy

A Ligne Roset classic, Michel Ducaroy’s Togo has been the ultimate in comfort and style for over forty years. The timeless collection features ergonomic design with multiple density foam construction and quilted covers, making each piece both visually attractive and physically inviting. Available as a sofa with or without arms, a loveseat, a corner seat, a chair, and an ottoman. Recent additions to this line include a mini version of the Togo chair introduced in 2007 a two-seat lounge introduced in 2013 to celebrate the piece’s 40th anniversary. A seat dreamt up especially for afternoon siestas or lazy evenings spent in the greatest of comfort, the Togo Lounge is a statement piece of furniture on its own as well as the perfect addition to a Togo sectional.