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 or black-stained solid beech are a technical triumph, a perfect foil to an attractive, functional design.
Dimensions: Armchair Arms in Aluminium: L89 x D106 x H84 Seat Height 46 cm Medium Settee Arms in Aluminium: L215 x D106 x H84 Seat Height 46 cm Large Settee Arms in Aluminium: L250 x D106 x H84 Seat Height 46 cm Footstool for Items with Aluminium Armrest: L100 x D50 x H42.5 cm Armchair Wood Arms: L89 x D106 x H81 Seat Height 43 cm Medium Settee Wood Arms: L215 x D106 x H81 Seat Height 43 cm Large Settee Wood Arms: L250 x D106 x H81 Seat Height 43 cm Footstool for Items with Wooden Armrest: L82 x D50 x H42.5 cm
Pascal Mourgue is not just a furniture designer, but also a prolific artist. He is committed to keeping by his artistic integrity above all else, including commercial success and publicity. His committment is a testament to the quality of his work and designs, which has brought him to embark on exciting projects with some of the world's most renowned brands like sailing boats for Cartier, crystal objects for Baccarat, architecture, painting and sculpture. He only began focusing on furniture design in the 1980s, and in 1994, established a long-standing partnership with Ligne Roset. His first design for the established furniture brand is the Calot, an unprecedented venture where he seeked to provide the same level of comfort in a sofa/chair as in a pillow. His creations have achieved numerous accolades. The Lover won the Red Dot best of the best awards for Ligne Roset, and more recently the Downtown has followed suit.