Ligne Roset


A re-edition, in January 2016, of an ”iconic” model : Annie Hiéronimus’ Plumy (1980), totally in the spirit of the Eighties and its ‘couch potato generation’. 3 elements combine to provide the comfort :
– uniquely-designed structure of armchair and settees made from glued-together blocks of polyether foam and Bultex polyurethane foam of different densities.

– seat and back cushions filled with goose feathers (85% feathers / 15% down).
– back cushions may be angled ; seat cushions may be unfolded to facilitate all manners of sitting and relaxing (chaise longue position).
Thus, in 1980, one could quite rightly declare that the model Plumy was comfort with a capital ”C” and relaxation with a capital ”R”.

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Technical Specifications
Structuring base in polyether foam (28kg/m3 -
4.0 kPa).

Seat and back in high resilience polyurethane
Bultex foam (38 kg/m3 - 3.6 kPa).
Seat and back cushions : filled with goose
feathers (85% feathers /15% down), with
compartmented liner.

Fully removable cover, quilted with 200/m²
polyester. Reverse of cushions available in 2
versions : in cloth, or upholstered in the main
covering material.
Choice of 3 colours for the zips (always matched
to the cloth backing in the case of the version
with cloth backing : matt black, pearl grey or
ivory - please specify your choice when placing
your order.
Meet the designer
Annie Hiéronimus

Born in Paris. Artistic training : Ecole des Métiers d’Arts et des Arts Appliqués. Graduated with the BTS (brevet de technicien supérieur).

Joined the Roset Bureau d’Etudes in 1976. Her last creations for Ligne Roset were: Opus, Petit Matin, Confidences. Since 1997, she has worked independently, designing the Sassi vases for Ligne Roset and the Zilia settee for Leolux.

She also leans towards a purely artistic output, organising an exhibition each year.

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