|Year of production||1973|
Togo is the iconic sofa designed by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset in 1973. Icon of the non-conformism typical of the Seventies, which also influenced the design of the time, Togo received the René-Gabriel award when it was first presented at the Salon des Arts ménagers at the Palais de la Défense in Paris, which recognized a successful combination of innovation, quality and democratic price. Togo is characterized by 5 density polyurethane foam structure which guarantees elasticity and comfort. The seat and the quilted cover are made of polyester wadding. Togo sofa stands out for its "crumpled" appearance, obtained by working in folds and available in the fabric or leather version.