Badu and Wallhouse are two new objects designed by Roberto Paoli for Ligne Roset presented at imm cologne 2016.
The little bird wood is not the only detail that makes the original desk Koya designed by Marie Christine Dorner for Ligne Roset.
The armchair with ears Beau Fixe of Ligne Roset is shaped by childhood memories of the designer Inga Sempé and the simple combination of two main elements, the structure and a duvet.
It is time for change and the design is transformed into jewel, Ligne Roset He tightens the relationship with Roberto PaoliPresenting Yubu, one Wall mirror cabinet claiming to be from a jewelry box. Like a fine pendant studded with gems and diamonds, Yubu embellishes the mirror sheet with colored cubes containers arranged in apparent randomness. The shelves can be used as empty pockets, small shelters where you usually store everyday objects.
The protagonist of the dining area is the table, Around which are held informal moments of conviviality and will consume the rites of hospitality. A furniture that creates opportunities for aggregation, comparison and relaxation, when the frenzy of life seems momentarily subside. Ligne Roset knows the importance of this object and relies on the designer Roberto Paoli to achieve the extension table Soap, consolidating a successful working relationship. Soap reflects the thought that today the audience love living objects like games whose mechanisms and possibilities are not hidden but, on the contrary, highlighted.