Vintage "Gilda" living room set in midnight blue velvet by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset, France 1973

France
$14,887.46
Set of 6

About this vintage design furniture

Salon "gilda" by Michel Ducaroy for ligne roset, france, 1973 the salon in midnight-blue velvet and moss in very good condition comprises 6 armchairs, 4 poufs and a coffee table. 6 armchairs: height 67 cm width 105 cm seat 30 four poufs: height 37 cm width 60 cm length 70 cm one glass coffee table: length 83 height 40 The Gilda lounge chairs are part of the furniture collection designed by renowned French designer Michel Ducaroy for contemporary design brand Ligne Roset. Well-known for his distinctive style and innovative approach to design, Ducaroy created the Gilda heaters in 1973, and the set was produced until 1976. The Gilda seaters embody Ducaroy's characteristic aesthetic, characterized by clean lines, organic shapes and a concern for comfort. These seats are designed with velvet materials and high-quality foams, offering a luxurious seating experience. Gilda's modular design allows for flexibility in layout and space utilization, making them suitable for a variety of living room configurations. Their versatility and timeless elegance have made them prized by interior design enthusiasts the world over. They remain sought-after pieces for collectors and design enthusiasts alike, while remaining rooted in the history of 20th-century French design. If you have any questions about the product, logistics, invoicing or method of payment, please contact us at [email protected]. Michel Ducaroy was a French designer of international renown, born in Paris on August 25, 1925, and died on August 27, 2009. He is best known for his major contributions to contemporary furniture design, notably for the Ligne Roset brand. Ducaroy studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. He began his career in the 1950s and became a pioneer of French design in the decades that followed. His collaboration with Ligne Roset was particularly fruitful and emblematic of his style. Among his most famous creations is the Togo sofa, designed in 1973 for Ligne Roset. This modular sofa with its bold, ergonomic design became a symbol of 1970s design and remains a classic of contemporary furniture today. Ducaroy was renowned for his innovative approach to design, combining organic forms, functionality and comfort. His work influenced many designers and continues to inspire contemporary design. Throughout his career, Michel Ducaroy received numerous honors and awards for his work, testifying to his importance in the field of design. Reference : 306335

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Features

Length
105 cm
Height
67 cm
Depth
105 cm
Seat height
30 cm
Designer
Michel DUCAROY
Condition
Good
Quantity
Set of 6
Style
Mid Century
Period
1970s
Origin
French
Colour
Blue
Main material
Velvet

delivery and return

  • 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 DUCAROY

1925 - 2011

Michel Ducaroy is a French designer. His audacity and taste for materials have left their mark on the history of design.

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