Michel Ducaroy's Togo is a Ligne Roset classic. It has been the ultimate in comfort and style for over thirty years but still looks incredibly fresh, especially in an era when floor cushions are the height of bohemian chic. I have always loved how the Togo's thin horizontal tufting resembles the wrinkles of a Shar Pei dog and admired how easy it is to maneuver. But what I like best is its versatility to be adapted in the most different environment: from a very contemporary loft to a rustic log home, but it always ends up being the ultimate lounging retreat.
The design comes in five easy armless and one arm pieces, each of which can be purchased separately and arranged in a variety of ways.
A recent addition to the lineup is a scaled down version for toddlers and kids.