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Comfort is the source of inspiration for the Cosse sofa, but also constitutes Ligne Roset’s hard
-earned expertise : the ability to use the necessary techniques and optimize the materials,
in order to preserve the feeling of lightness. For example, the use of the minimum thickness
of materials and discreet frames to create the lightest and most simple forms possible.

It is by mastering the constraints of continuous production, together with the optimization
of techniques and materials, that work on the form is truly liberated. Cosse has a welcoming
shape with soft contours and a thin, soft cover supported by a fine natural-wood structure.
Its system of suspension straps adds to this sensation of comfort and lightness. Unique production
details include twisted armrests and the resulting difficulty of upholstering, as well as extremely
thin solid-wood legs.  
ligne-roset-usa.com
cosse
designed by: Philippe Nigro

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new york bergère
designed by: Sergio Bicego
New York is an eclectic chair that carries the name of the Big Apple with pride. Both an uptown attitude
and a downtown spirit are encapsulated in a single design object with completely reversible upholstery
that reveals an innate versatility. The painted rod frame is available in a range of colours, and perfectly
complemented by a reversible octagonal cushion. The unusual and versatile ergonomics allows for
personal choice of upholstery and colour combinations, creating different chromatic solutions. Fully
removable covers. Available in the basic, bergère, outdoor and chair version with or without armrests.
available a:
leifpetersenfurniture.com

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hollywood
designed by:  Gino Carollo
The Hollywood pouf, designed by Gino Carollo, has polyurethane padding and fully removable
fabric upholstery. It is available in two formats - Hollywood medium and Hollywood large - in
stretch fabric in a range of plain colours and, on request, in the special edition floral print.
available at:
bonaldo.it

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button up
designed by:  Milo Baughman
Relax and chat in this inviting seating option by Milo Baughman. The Button Up sofa, originally
conceived in 1959, is a Scandanavian influenced, mid-century masterpiece that will bring
comfortable elegance to any home. With it's sturdy, solid walnut frame and button details the
Button Up sofa is a stunner from all angles. available at:
contempodesigns.com

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bi silla . chair
designed by: Silvia Cenal - 2014
Bi Silla is the stylish and comfortable chair you want in a lobby. Thanks to its symmetry can be
adapted to different places and draw different figures according to its distribution. Designer Silvia
Ceñal didn't want to design another simple chair; she wanted to create a design chair where you
feel sheltered by exceptional fabrics in fresh colors and soft cushions. You're invited to sit down.
available at:
twosix.pt

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soren
designed by: Room & Board
Inspired by a 1953 Helge Sibast design, the Soren chair is handcrafted from solid wood by
Vermont artisans who use steam bending techniques to achieve Soren’s distinctive shape.
available at:
roomandboard.com

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roy
designed by: Doriana e Massimiliano Fuksas
for FIAM
Roy coffee table by Fiam plays with the eye with depth and curves of mirrored glass. A concave
base composed of 10mm curved glass is mounted on four removable black or white legs with
brushed steel feet, and the glass top is secured on top. avaiulable at:
cantoni.com

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Flexform
designed by: Antonio Citterio
for Flexform
Frame metal frame covered with leather (multiple colors available) with polyurethane underseat,
seat cushions filled with down and resilient inner core or in polyurethane and dacron, backrest in
foam polyurethane and dacron with metal insert, feet/ backrest support in aluminium (multiple
colors available), throw-pillows down-filled (are optional), upholstery removable fabric or leather
covers. available at:
scottcooner.com