Founded in 1860 by Antoine Roset in Montagnieu, Ligne Roset originally specialized in the manufacture of bentwood for walking sticks and umbrellas. A century later, the brand will take a new turn...
In the mid-60s, Jean Roset understood that the baby boomers who remade the world sitting on mattresses needed a seat. He invents within his factories very comfortable seats for reading, listening to music, discussing, dreaming, imagining. He thus had the intuition of the foam seat. For this man who runs the Roset chairs, which have specialized in woodworking for three generations, this is a revolution.
In 1973, Togo was born, created by designer Michel Ducaroy, a sculpture of foam and very comfortable cover. The seat of a generation that has sold more than 1,3 million copies. 1973 is also the birth of Ligne Roset after Jean Roset called his sons Pierre and Michel to his side. The family business retains Jean Roset's line of conduct: anticipating changes in society to guide creation.
In 2022, Soufflot by Jean-Philippe Nuel, Hémicycle by Philippe Nigro, Entrelacs by Marie-Aurore Striker-Metral or even Dita designed by Pagnon and Pelhaïtre and Ruché by Inga Sempé will bring color to all interiors!
To learn more, visit the line roset website.