Ligne Roset Marsala Armchair 1970s

Ligne Roset Marsala Armchair 1970s


Product Description

Michael Duraroy designed Marsala armchair for Ligne Roset from around 1973 in tan aniline leather on an acrylic frame.

French seating designer Michel Ducaroy (1925-2009) is best known for his iconic, Pop Art-inspired Togo Sofa produced by high-end design brand Ligne Roset.

The chair has undergone detailed restoration including removal of the interior cushion, patching, stitching and replacing some of the leather panels. The item remains fully functional and comfortable, but it shows sign of age through scuffs, dings, faded finishes, minimal upholstery defects, or visible repairs including replacement of some of the panels with suede.

The perfect chilling chair!

Dimensions H76 W105 D87 cms Seat height 35cms