A Ligne Roset classic, Michel Ducaroy's Togo has been the ultimate in comfort and style for over forty years. The timeless collection features an ergonomic design with multiple density polyether foam construction and quilted covers, making each piece both visually attractive and physically inviting.
A seat dreamt up especially for afternoon siestas or lazy evenings spent in the greatest of comfort, the Togo Lounge is a statement piece of furniture on its own as well as the perfect addition to a Togo sectional.
The collection was designed in 1973 by French designer Michel Ducaroy, who was born to a family with contemporary furniture design in their blood. He met Jean Roset in 1960 and instantly the two hit it off, and eventually Ducaroy became the head of the Roset design department and the company’s spearhead of innovation (imagine being able to put that on your resume!). Ducaroy drove the company to use new production techniques and new materials, resulting in some of the most luxurious and innovative modern furnishings in the world. In the years before Ducaroy, Ligne Roset had already been making chairs and furniture, but the company first started out manufacturing umbrellas and walking sticks in the late 1800s. They moved into furniture after the war, making pieces for the contract market, like bedroom sets for civil hospitals.