Ligne Roset can count on a hundred years of history: it was created by Antoine Roset back in 1860. Initially dedicated to the production of walking sticks and umbrellas, the company gradually reconverted to the production of upholstery and furniture until it was launched in 1973 as a furniture brand. The production plants have expanded and multiplied over time, but have always maintained their headquarters in Briord, along the Rhone river, not far from Lione.
The company gained international fame in the ‘60s and ‘70s, when the creative ferments of the time led it to collaborate with numerous emerging designers. Particularly fruitful was the collaboration with Michel Ducaroy, whose Togo sofa is still one of the symbols of Ligne Roset. Among the most recent creations, there are the Ploum sofa by the Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec brothers and the Christian Werner sofa by Prado.