Marie Christine Dorner has designed a sofa for Ligne Roset that calmly faces surprises.
The soundproofed ball affords protection from both light and external noises and also dampens sounds emanating from within it. The natural, precious materials of which it is composed, walnut and Kvadrat Divina wool, reinforce the overall feeling of softness and security. The astonishing appearance arises from the unexpected meeting between the déjà-vu and a surprising new element: the desk section is quite traditional in terms of its shape and materials (a wooden table), but when one adds its bubble, it breaks free of all historical or proportional references. The functional aspect is covered by a lacquered metal chest, fixed beneath the desk, which conceals transformers and electrical cables, and by a slit cable port in the top of the desk. Whist staying connected, the user can isolate himself and construct for himself a very private space which is nonetheless still linked to the outside world...Thanks to its rounded shape, the Rewrite desk can be located as a 'point' anywhere in a room, be it living room, bedroom or even a large hallway. Rewrite has already been displayed at the Danish Museum of Art and Design, Copenhagen.
|Table finish||four-legged table|
|Table top shape||rectangle with rounded corners|
shades of brown
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