Vintage Marsala sofa by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset, 1970
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About this vintage design furniture
Sofa model Marsala by Michel Ducaroy published by Ligne Roset vintage 1970'S (French designer. Born in Lyon in 1925, after graduating from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (sculpture section) in his native city, he joined the family business. In 1954, he joined the Roset chair manufacturer in Briord (Ain), where he managed the design department throughout his career, taking advantage of the new materials of the 1960s and 1970s (foam, wadding, thermoformed plastic). He produced very successful chairs, such as Adria (1968), the first composable lounge with a seat close to the floor. Kashima, Koufra, Safi or Kali followed, then Togo and Marsala. Died in 2009) Sofa in alcantara, mocha color, brown Altuglass shells. Scratches from use on Altuglass and slight wear on seat (photo) Dimension Ht 82 cm Length: 150 cm Depth 95 cm Seat height 35 cmReference : 201857
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- 150 cm
- 82 cm
- 95 cm
- Michel DUCAROY
- Minor defects
- Main material
- Other material
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- Shipped from : France
- Delivery time :
- 1 week for small items
- 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
- Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery
About the designer
Michel DUCAROY1925 - 2011
Michel Ducaroy is a French designer. His audacity and taste for materials have left their mark on the history of design.