The Gilda sofa, composed of comfortable curved modules, is a rare sibling to Michel Ducaroy’s famous Togo sofa. A student of sculpture at École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Lyon, Ducaroy was primarily concerned with shape. Designing for Ligne Roset, he was able to actualize these new forms, harnessing technological developments in foam, quilting and thermoformed plastic.
Low rise and flexible, each piece of the sofa can be an individual seat or connected via metal hardware to form a larger curve – with no falling down the gaps. Recently reupholstered in a densely woven mercerized cotton velvet by Mark Alexander. The original hardware is in great condition, showing only minor signs of patina.
H70 W110 D110cm
Not available for hire.