Marie Christine Dorner has designed a sofa for Ligne Roset that calmly faces surprises.
In keeping with his Estampe storage, Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance brings us these graceful occasional tables, reapplying himself to the very modern association of wood – this time oak – and linoleum, a natural material rarely used on furniture. The end result is a slender, willowy table, the top of which seems to balance on a slim base which itself is complex in its geometry. The design of Kiji finds its origin in the language of wood as it might have evolved in Scandinavian countries. That said, there is no hint of nostalgia in this pedestal table, the streamlined shape of which is born entirely of its function. A shape which just asks to slot between two armchairs for use as a sofa end table, where it faithfully serves the needs of its users. The name Kiji is inspired by its shape.
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shades of grey
shades of brown
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