This three-piece set, consisting of two armchairs and a footstool, was designed by the French designer Michel Ducaroy in 1971 for the furniture editor Ligne Roset (label present, see photo). This is the famous Marsala model, totally vintage because it is no longer produced today.
Each piece is made up of a brown thermoformed plexiglass structure on which rests an imposing cushion covered with thick brown leather, from origin. The armchairs are completed with two cushions that cover the armrests.
A pretty set that will find its place in your living room. We love the imposing character that will bring a lot of style to your interior decoration. It's a timeless model that has gone through the years without taking a wrinkle, but a nice patina!
- Michel Ducaroy
- Ligne Roset
- some traces of use on the plexiglass
this product is in good vintage condition, it has a nice general patina
- the leather has been rehydrated in our restoration workshop
- Dimensions 1:
- Height: 77 cm - Seat height: 34 cm - Armrest height: 41 cm - Length: 90 cm - Depth: 110 cm (armchair)
- Dimensions 2:
- Height: 33 cm - Length: 80 cm - Depth: 80 cm (footrest)