Marie Christine Dorner has designed a sofa for Ligne Roset that calmly faces surprises.
The copper-plated finish of the cross-shaped base is a nod to current fashion: since it was rehabilitated by Tom Dixon in the form of his celebrated Copper Shade suspended light, the trend has been all about this colour-changing, ecological (100 % recyclable), nostalgic yet modern metal. An unassuming material, its brilliance renders it precious when used in contrast with the matt black of the Fenix top. The natural curves of the circular top or the less pronounced ones found on the blunted corners of the square top chime with those of the bent steel base. The soft, calm lines of the Fancy Chic tables (no risk of injuring oneself on such a blunted corner), the refined association of the chosen materials and finishes lightly evoke the ‘discreet charm of the bourgeoisie’. The housewife is not forgotten: on the Fenix top, fingers leave no mark, stains can gain no foothold and scratches are virtually impossible!
|Table finish||table with glider base|
|Table top shape||circular|
|Colors||shades of grey
shades of brown
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