01 product description
Panels of particleboard finished in smooth or ribbed (fronts) ebony-stained oak veneer or gloss white, gloss black or gloss taupe lacquer. Frames and handles in anodised aluminium finished in 'brilliant steel' or 'gunmetal'. 6 mm thick toughened glass surfaces in milk or anthracite glass or taupe lacquered glass. Drawers equipped with controlled automatic closing..
2-door occasional unit with vertical separation panel and 8 shelves.
4-door sideboard with a clear glass shelf behind each of the left and right-hand doors and internal drawers (to which optional cutlery trays may be added) behind the 2 central doors.
3-door sideboard with a clear glass shelf behind each of the left and right-hand doors and an internal drawer (to which an optional cutlery tray may be added) behind the central door.
2-door sideboard with a clear glass shelf behind each door.
|1890 - 2500 mm|
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05 Articles about ligne roset and Didier Gomez
Play area instead of furniture
Christian Werner has re-engineered the sofa. Because what people expect of them has changed in the age of Smartphone, tablet PCs, etc. Today, it’s a matter of course to put your feet up, as the sofa trebles up as home office, dining venue and relaxing chaise longue. Uta Abendroth chatted with the Berlin-born designer about his latest creation, “Prado” for Ligne Roset.› To the article
I like the Original
Imm cologne attract creative minds from all over the world – this time they included Marc Bailly, interior architect straight from New York. He joined Robert Volhard, Stylepark MD, for a tour of the Cologne interiors fair to find out all about innovative design this side of the Great Pond.› To the article
Colorful dishes, perfectly seasoned
Furniture design in a swirl of colors: At the imm cologne designers and manufacturers have dipped deep into pots of color and mixed up any number of great tones. We checked out what worlds of color are competing with each other.› To the article