Ligne Roset Smala Sofa (Client Resale)
Design by:Pascal Mourgue
Smala is a practical settee with pure, clean lines which all but floats above the ground, inviting you to come up and relax.
Frame in rectangular tubular steel, with slatted suspension. Seat and back in high resilience polyurethane foam (38kg/m3 - 3.2kPa). Feet in moulded polished aluminium, mounted on a tubular steel frame, finished in Epoxy aluminium lacquer.
An ingenious system of articulation allows the two armrests to be positioned at any one of three levels; the two backrests may be similarly operated, meaning that the three-seater settee can be transformed into a chaise longue (one armrest raised and the two backrests lowered), or even a bed (sleep area: 230x130). A white cotton fitted sheet is available both to protect the seat and add a touch of luxury: this has slits to accommodate the armrests.
Although the cover is buttoned, the covers may still be removed as the buttons are fixed to the cover and are then toggled to the frame.
H 870 - mm
W 2300 - mm
D 1150 - mm
SH 400 - mm
Ligne Roset is synonymous with modern luxury and invites consumers to revel in a contemporary, design-forward lifestyle.
Known for its artful collaborations with both established and up-and-coming talents in contemporary design, Ligne Roset offers consumers an entire lifestyle in which to live both boldly and beautifully via its furniture collections and complimentary decorative accessories, lighting, rugs, textiles and occasional items.
An additional distinguishing point of difference that sets Ligne Roset apart from other manufacturers is its tradition of investing in dynamic designer collaborations. Matching its deeply-held belief in design with investment and technical innovation, Ligne Roset has grown from a small business to a multinational company. All the while, the company has been family-run since its inception in 1860.
Creativity is a key value of the Ligne Roset brand: if a new product demands new materials or productions methods, the company will simply acquire them. Seats, pieces of furniture, lighting, textiles, rugs or bed linens: the idea precedes and the technique follows.