Pukka by Yabu Pushelberg for Ligne Roset
Togo by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset
Java Table by Thibault Desombre for Ligne Roset

This is not a drill: Ligne Roset is opening its exclusive New Zealand showroom and we have all the details

French modern furniture manufacturer Ligne Roset is known for enlisting the expertise of some of the world’s most revered contemporary designers to create instantly iconic pieces — including Michel Ducaroy’s Togo chair, Yabu Pushelberg’s Pukka series, Pierre Paulin’s Pumpkin chair, and many more.

We’re already appraising our interiors after the announcement that the company opens its exclusive New Zealand showroom in Auckland tomorrow, located at 299 Great North Road, Grey Lynn.

Ploum by R. & E. Bouroullec at Ligne Roset’s Auckland showroom.

With more than 200 exclusive stores across the world and over 600 retailer distributors, there’s no doubt that Ligne Roset’s stylish reach extends far and wide — originally founded in the 1860s, it remains a family-owned business today with the original founders’ great-great-grandsons leading the charge.

On display in the new showroom will be a comprehensive range of living and dining furniture from the 2021/22 collection, as well as lighting and accessories.

Pumpkin Armchair by Pierre Paulin for Ligne Roset pictured in Adam Kane Architects Melbourne studio. Photo: Felix Forest.

With much of the world’s gaze focused decidedly on the home front, the company has only gone from strength to strength over the last year, and its arrival as a standalone brand on our shores is garnering a very warm welcome (and very large wishlist) already.

Ligne Roset

299 Great North Road
Grey Lynn

www.ligne.nz

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