Modular Shelving From Michel Ducaroy Ligne Roset Plexiplass And Aluminum flag

Modular Shelving From Michel Ducaroy Ligne Roset Plexiplass And Aluminum
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"Modular Shelving From Michel Ducaroy Ligne Roset Plexiplass And Aluminum"
Set of 2 modular shelves of the Ligne Roset house circa 1970 from an apartment in La Baule Escoublac (44). Design by Michel Ducaroy *. Height of the uprights 236 cm. Two pivots of settings for the height are missing. the plexi is in good condition and very transparent. * MICHEL DUCAROY From a family of industrial designers of contemporary furniture. Trained at the National School of Fine Arts in Lyon. Attached early to the company Roset then in rapid development, he is in constant contact with insightful marketing and a powerful technical team. He is in charge of the researches and the propositions essential to the ever more asserted presence of the brand. He designs a line of young furniture (room DN ') as well as many models of seats, sofas and furniture for public facilities (fireside chair 459'). From the appearance in the 60/70 years of new materials: foams, wadding, thermoformed plastics, it creates many popular seats: Adria, Koufra, Kashima, Safi, Kali '' and the modelTogo, cushion seat still well present in the Ligne Roset catalog. delivery possible by carrier.
Price : 890 €
Artist : Michel Ducaroy
Period:20th Century
Style:Design 50's and 60's
Condition : Bon état

Material : Plexi et alu
Height : 236

Reference : 488952
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