Ligne Roset sofa offers an unusual, light and thin, comfortable and soft. It’s called Ruché and is a piece of contemporary and traditional at the same time. The frame is made of wood placed on four thin legs, in view. Above, there is only a quilt and as arms and back are the same height, you can also sit on the side and stretch your legs. Designed by Inga Sempé, won the reddot design award 2010, after a selection from thousands of products from 57 countries. In past editions of other major projects the company had already received this important recognition.
In beech wood, strengthened by two steel frames in the seat and back, available in four finishes: natural beech wood, mat lacquered, stained dark gray, red, blue. The cushions are made of polyurethane foam with high resilience Bultex. The cover is quilted with polyester batting, super-soft polyurethane foam. The aesthetic, very sophisticated, quilt is made by a computerized machine for stitching and programmed the model completely removable. If you think you are wrong because they can be uncomfortable back and arms are fitted with suspension springs or elastic bands.
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