Design Seen: Ligne Roset

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Briord, France
Introduced in 1973, Ligne Roset’s Togo sofa recently marked its 40th birthday. To commemorate the success of the piece—more than 1.3 million versions have been sold worldwide—the 154-year-old brand has released its Togo two-seater chaise. It bears the original’s form, which is meant to evoke the folding of a less-than-full tube of toothpaste. Numerous colors and a new houndstooth pattern ($3,325 as shown) are available. 212.253.5629, www.ligne-roset-usa.com

 

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