- I'm just back from Paris, and still processing all the exciting new furnishings, accessories, and objets I spied at Maison & Objet over the weekend.
Playing with the scale of pixels is a specialty of Spanish-born designer Cristian Zuzunaga, and the diminutive digital unit gets its due on Shanghai. The fabric—a Ligne Roset exclusive—graces the iconic pleats and folds of Michel Ducaroy’s Togo.
Ligne Roset just announced that from April 14th to the 29th, 2012, a 15% discount will be offered on all orders of Mixte, their new customizable cabinetry program designed by Mauro Lipparini. The Mixte storage system offers flexibility through superposition, juxtaposition, suspension, color and material. Elements include shelves, TV unit, storage units, sliding panels, sideboards, wall panels, suspended chests, and podiums. Choose from lati sable or lati cendre veneer, white, mastic, argile or elephant lacquers, plain or printed glass, and aluminum. Customers can select from more than 80 design pre-configurations or mix their desired elements to create a unique piece. More than just a piece of furniture, the customized Mixte final product is a personal work of art for any living space.
- For most of us, Ligne Roset pieces are the stuff that design dreams are made of.
- When I was in France earlier this year to report our latest Process story, which appears in our February 2011 issue and online here, I had the opportunity to not only tour Ligne Roset's factory…
- Love it or hate it, the distinctive silhouette of Ligne Roset’s most enduring sofa model celebrates 40 years of booming business.
- How does Emeco turn soda bottles into chairs? What's the trick behind the stitching in Ligne Roset's intricate Ruche sofa?