Ploum Footstool

LIGNE ROSET

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PLOUM Designed by R & E Bouroullec 

Red Dot Award winner the Ploum seating is the fruit of much research into comfort. The result is a special combination of two materials: a stretchable covering and ultra-soft foam. This combination, along with the Ploum sofas’ truly ample dimensions, provides extreme comfort and accommodates different ways of sitting, stretching out or even lying down The seat of the sofa, canaccommodate up to 4 people.

The great flexibility of contact associated with a freely-formed shape turn Ploum into a veritable nest: in fact, all positions are possible here, with both back and head enjoying the same soft contact, no matter which part of the seat is concerned, even the arms

The Red Dot Design Award is an international product design and communication design prize awarded by the Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen in Essen, Germany.[1] There are prize categories for product design, design agencies, and design concepts. Since 1955, designers and producers can apply for the prizes with the winners being presented in an annual ceremony. Winning products are presented in the Red Dot Design Museum on the premises of the historical Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen. In 2013, the Red Dot Design Museum Taipei was opened. The Red Dot Design Award had more than 15,500 submissions from 70 countries in 2014.

CONSTRUCTION

Steel tubing, wire and mesh. Covered base.

COMFORT

Integral seat in high resilience polyurethane Bultex foam 48 kg/m³ – 3.6 kPa; integral back in Bultex foam 36 kg/m³ – 1.4 kPa with comfort layer in hyperflexible polyurethane foam 30 kg/m³ – 1.8 kPa. Comfort is reinforced by the nature of the fabric used: a double-layer quilted weave, quilted by points of stitching.

MAKING-UP

Cover made from a woven fabric generously quilted and quilted by points of stitching. This cover is removable by a professional.

RED DOT AWARD:

The Red Dot Design Award is an international product design and communication design prize awarded by the Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen in Essen, Germany.[1] There are prize categories for product design, design agencies, and design concepts. Since 1955, designers and producers can apply for the prizes with the winners being presented in an annual ceremony. Winning products are presented in the Red Dot Design Museumon the premises of the historical Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen. In 2013, the Red Dot Design Museum Taipei was opened. The Red Dot Design Award had more than 15,500 submissions from 70 countries in 2014.

Additional Information

A family company since 1860 when Antoine Roset opened a wood processing factory in France’s Ain province, Ligne Roset is now that country’s leading furniture exporter, with a presence in 71 countries worldwide. It is led today by the fourth generation of the Roset family – brothers Michel and Pierre and their sons Antoine and Olivier.

Ligne Roset is distinguished from other manufacturers by its tradition of close collaboration with both established and emerging designers, matching its deeply-held belief in design with investment and technical innovation. The past 40 years have seen collaborations with award winning Didier Gomez, Pascal Mourgue, Peter Maly and the Bouroullec brothers, among others, resulting in complementary furniture collections and decorative accessories, lighting, rugs, textiles and occasional items.

Such design collaborations have seen Ligne Roset win many accolades including the Red Dot Design Award on a number of occasions.  The Red Dot dates back to 1955 and is one of the world’s most distinguished design awards.

All Ligne Roset products are developed at the company’s own factories in Briord, France, to ensure quality control from beginning to the end. The Ligne Roset name is stamped on each product as an external symbol of perfection.

 

Dimensions

W 110 x D 80 x H 39 cm