This armchair, Togo model, was designed by the French designer Michel Ducaroy then produced by Ligne Roset in the 1970s (label on the back, see photo). Entirely in foam, it is covered by leather with a unique patina. Two versions available: brown leather and black leather. It will find its place in a living room but also in a bedroom corner to be furnished.
The Togo model, described as a "cushion-seat", is THE piece of design that you must have in your interior, it is one of the iconic pieces of design from the 70s. The shape is inspired by a tube of toothpaste folded over himself, inspiration that the designer says he found thanks to his training at the Beaux-Arts in Lyon.
This model has been seducing for 40 years, its soft and welcoming silhouette makes us just want to sit in it!
- Michel Ducaroy
- Ligne Roset
- BLACK MODEL, nice patina of the leather, note: restorations on the leather have been carried out by our partner upholsterer (seat)
BROWN MODEL, very patinated model, note: restorations on the leather have been carried out by our partner saddler (seat and backrest)
- the leather has been cleaned then rehydrated in our restoration workshop
- 74 cm
- Seating height:
- 33 cm
- 78 cm
- 97 cm