Togo is an icon of French furniture design. First designed by Michel Ducaroy in 1973, its irreverent silhouette proposed a new style of living. One that was close to the ground and free from formality — its own French Revolution of sorts. Today, it's cosy design language lends cocooning comfort to homes large and small, thanks to its clever modular configuration.
Materials & Finishes
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The inner body of the Togo sofa is meticulously crafted from five different densities of premium foam. It is then hand-stitched and upholstered with it's distinctive upholstery. We're delighted to offer this item online in the following finishes:
Alcantara fabric (68% Polyester & 32% Non fibrous polyurethane)
Cordoue (99% Cotton, 1% Elasthane)
Varese Velvet (100% cotton)
Gentle (60% Wool, 20% polyamide, 20% polyester)
Indiana leather or Diva leather.
Covers can be removed by an upholsterer.
W 87 x D 80 x H 34 cm
Not all Ligne Roset products are available to buy online. However, the full range can be ordered via our London based showroom. For more information, or to discuss the Chaplins Price Promise, please call 020 8421 1779 or use our handy live chat feature to speak with a design expert immediately.
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