"L'imprévu", French for "the unexpected" - the name of the new sofa by Ligne Roset already points the way. The designer Marie Christine Dorner has created a piece of seating furniture that can be spontaneously adapted to the room depending on the situation; some of the backrests can be removed and the seat depths can be adjusted in different ways. If the single sofa is to become a seating landscape, two models can be combined to form an individual composition. Optional pull-out connections and elastic straps ensure a firm hold. And thanks to the modular form, even the bed version, with a lying surface of 160 x 200 Centimeter, is quickly and beautifully designed. The pillow is already thought of as well, as - the small back pillow is filled with goose feathers. The flexible community of "L'imprévu" also includes a rectangular stool that complements the variant as a corner group and functionally supports the individual seating landscape.
Dorner knows how to design volume in such a way that it does not obstruct the room. Their designs can be adapted to different living situations without losing their elegance and function both in solo or in combination. The talent to create designs that can be flexibly integrated into new situations is exemplified in the career of the Strasbourg-born designer. Due to her roles as stage designer and interior designer she also knows how to combine craftsmanship and aesthetics. (am)