Roche Bobois's Latest Collection Finds Inspiration from the 70s
Roche Babois, the French luxury home brand that specializes in contemporary design, recently released a collection inspired by the lines and aesthetics of the 1970s—an era best known for its playful shapes, use of fabrics like velvet and rattan, and earthy colors.
Within the collection, there are modular, curvaceous sofas in terra-cotta, amber, and teal by designer Maurizio Manzoni. Dining tables, sideboards, and desks forged from a gouged wood technique by Bina Baitel accompany them, further exemplifying the brand's use of fine craftsmanship. And, designer Christian Ghion is once again back at Roche Babois, creating two unique pieces. The first is a low cocktail table whose glass top is held by three silver spheres. It's named Sumito in reference to the Japanese marble game. The second is a lamp called Autographe, which appears to draw a line in the air in the fashion of light painting.
The brand is also thinking about a home's exterior as much as its interior, with the Temps Calme Outdoor (translating to "calm weathers outdoors) collection, which includes a modular outdoor sofa and a chaise lounge. They've also included the option of adding a lacquered polyester resin cocktail table and side tables by Nathanaël Désormeaux and Damien Carrette.
The collection is now available on roche-bobois.com
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