Ligne Roset


In 2009, Pascal Mourgue brings us Cityloft, with a ‘classic international’ style ‘to last longer than just a fashion’.
A light high-legged structure beautifully accommodates the soft, sophisticated cushions. The armrests in matt black lacquered moulded aluminium are a technical triumph, a perfect foil to an attractive, functional design.

Technical Specifications
Seat/back in ‘mechano-soldered’ steel with
elastic webbed suspension on seat, supported
by a metal element which acts as both front foot
and armrest. This element is made from black
lacquered case aluminium to match the rear

Back and seat cushions are in high resilience
polyurethane Bultex foam 38 kg/m3 – 3.6 kPa
with a comfort layer in ultra-flexible polyurethane
foam 30 kg/m3 – 1.8 kPa. The backcushions
are clad in 110 g/m2 polyester quilting and are
complemented with a small feather-filled lumbar
The 2 settees have arm cushions (foam +
feather) which are designed to mould
themselves to the sweeping curve of the
aluminium arms.

Removable covers.
Meet the designer
Pascal Mourgue

1957 : began his studies at the école Boulle, at the age of 14-and-a-half.

1962 : made the acquaintance of Charlotte Perriand by telephone.

1968 : began designing furniture.

1988 : exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

1994 : designed his first collection for Cinna, including most notably the Calin armchair.

1995 : designed the Mourgue bed for Cinna.

1996 : awarded the Grand Prix National de la Création Industrielle du Ministère de la Culture.

1997 : designed In Fine for Cinna.

2000 : designed Smala for Cinna. Label VIA 2000
IF Design Award and Red Dot Best of the Best 2001.

2007 : designed Pas si Classique for Cinna.

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