A lumbar cushion which wraps around the seat and comfortably envelops the back, this is the humble intention of this bridge,
the self-effacing curves of which allow the table which welcomes it to shine in its own right.
Various bases are on offer to suit varied contexts.
The purity of its oval shape, the detail of its gleaming chamfering, the sinuous curves of the walnut shelf… the Bienvenue mirror seems to be the avatar of the perfect butler, whose presence is at once agreeable and serviceable, anywhere at all.
The little MC2 occasional table, Ligne Roset’s first bronze piece, is an alliance of recycled metals, worked with great finesse.
The strength of the material contrasts with the apparent fragility of the base, suggestive of the legs of a young animal learning how to walk.
An XL version of the T vase in a new height of 33 cm and a new frosted finish (the small version is in a brushed/scuffed fininsh). When used in combination, the effect of these two vases is quite poetic.