Ligne Roset

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Ligne Roset
Type Private
Industry High-end Furniture and home interiors
Founded 1860 in Montagnieu, Ain, France
Headquarters Briord, Ain, France
Key people Pierre Roset
Michel Roset
Antoine Roset
Employees 1,000+
Website www.ligne-roset-usa.com

Ligne Roset is a French modern furniture company that has over 200 stores and more than 1,000 retail distributors worldwide.[1] The company was founded by Antoine Roset in 1860 in Montagnieu, France as a small business manufacturing bentwood walking sticks.[1] In 1936, the company started manufacturing upholstered furniture[2] and presently they design and manufacture household furniture, lighting, accessories, and textiles from a team of 50 European designers.[3]

Among Ligne Roset's most recognized pieces is the Togo line of seating, designed by Michel Ducaroy in 1973. It features ergonomic designs with 5 densities of foam combined to make the frame. The foam construction and quilted covers make each piece both visually attractive and very comfortable.

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. In-house manufacturing allows Ligne Roset to closely supervise the entire product creation process and uphold the highest production standards. Matching its deeply-held belief in design with investment and technical innovation, Ligne Roset has grown from a small business to a multinational company with factories and headquarters in France and more than 200 exclusive Ligne Roset stores and 1,000 retail distributors worldwide. All the while, the company has been family-run since its inception in 1860.

Ligne Roset distributors in North and South America:
USA

  • Ligne Roset New York: [1]
  • Ligne Roset Boston: [2]
  • Ligne Roset Washington D.C.: [3]
  • Ligne Roset Los Angeles: [4]
  • Ligne Roset San Francisco: [5]
  • Ligne Roset Miami [6]
  • Ligne Roset Philadelphia
  • Ligne Roset Chicago: [7]
  • Ligne Roset La Jolla: [8]
  • Ligne Roset Atlanta: [9]
  • Ligne Roset Houston
  • Ligne Roset Dallas
  • Ligne Roset Seattle
  • Ligne Roset Estero, FL
  • Ligne Roset Oklahoma City
  • Ligne Roset Birmingham, MI
  • Ligne Roset Minneapolis
  • Ligne Roset Des Moines
  • Ligne Roset Denver
  • Ligne Roset Cincinnati

CANADA

  • Ligne Roset Calgary
  • Ligne Roset Edmonton
  • Ligne Roset Winnipeg
  • Ligne Roset Toronto
  • Ligne Roset Vancouver
  • Ligne Roset Montreal
  • Ligne Roset Ottawa

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA

  • Ligne Roset São Paulo, Brazil
  • Ligne Roset Caracas, Venezuela
  • Ligne Roset San Jose, Costa Rica
  • Ligne Roset Mexico City, Mexico
  • Ligne Roset Santiago de Chile, Chile
  • Ligne Roset Panama City, Panama
  • Ligne Roset Hato Rey, Puerto Rico
  • Ligne Roset Bogota, Colombia
  • Ligne Roset Montevideo, Uruguay

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Company Profile". DESiGN The Journal of Design Architecture. Retrieved 2007-03-01. [dead link]
  2. ^ "SHOP TALK: Ligne Roset becomes latest word in sleek elegance". The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 2001-09-20. Retrieved 2007http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ligne_Roset&action=edit-05-14.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  3. ^ "Discovering Design". France Magazine. Summer 2001. Retrieved 2007-03-01.