Ligne Roset presented several new products at imm cologne, including two upholstered furniture collections

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Taru collection by Sebastian Herkner for Ligne Roset, at imm cologne

Taru, designed by Sebastian Herkner, is a complete collection of armchairs, poufs and sofas, characterized by soft shapes. The designer intended to create a comfortable seat, highlighting Ligne Roset’s artisanal skills. This upholstered furniture collection is suitable to both large, traditionally furnished living rooms and small, contemporary apartments.

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Taru collection by Sebastian Herkner

Taru sofas and armchairs are available in different versions, of medium and big size, or in the daybed variant. Upholstery is available in different materials, fabrics or leathers, and, for greater customization, the backrest can be chosen in a contrasting color.

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Taru collection by Sebastian Herkner

Canadian practice Yabu Pushelberg designed Pukka, a collection of frameless armchairs and sofas inspired by Up, created by Gaetano Pesce for B&B Italia (then C&B) in 1969.

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Pukka collection by Yabu Pushelberg for Ligne Roset, at imm cologne

Pukka is made up of layers of polyurethane foam of different density, covered by stretchy fabrics. The design of Pukka relies on the excellent quality of the upholstery fabric, which has to stretch perfectly. This cover can be removed only by a specialized artisan.

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Pukka collection by Yabu Pushelberg for Ligne Roset

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