Synonymous with modern luxury and exquisite craftsmanship, Ligne Roset have been driving design innovation for over 150 years. We took time out to meet the award-winning designers behind their new collection.
Having founded his studio in 2006 Sebastian Herkner has developed a prolific collection of furniture, lighting and product designs. With an affinity for spatial design, his work traverses interior architecture and exhibition projects.
Born in the Black Forest region of Germany, Martin Hirth began his path as a designer after graduating from the University of Offenbach in product design. His aesthetic combines contemporary, graphic forms with a profound sensibility for colour.
Cinétique Floor Lamp by Martin Hirth for Ligne Roset
Alluding to a kinetic sculpture with its trio of angled stems, the Cinétique Floor Lamp
, features an articulated counterbalance system, allowing the light to be orientated in multiple different positions.
The Buée Vase collection echoes the clean lines of architecture with geometric forms. Crafted from frosted glass in three colourways, these sculptural vases make a statement either as a standalone vase or in a collection.
Busetti Garuti Redaelli
Manuela Busetti and Andrea Garuti met while studying Industrial Design at the Istituto Europeo in Milan, where they began collaborating on projects and Matteo Redaelli joined the team three years later.
The Istrana Console Table,
designed by Busetti Garuti Redaelli for Ligne Roset, is characterised by a minimal aesthetic of clean lines. Its elegant form comprises a streamlined base, crafted from satin black lacquered steel.
The Rays Suspended Ceiling Light designed by Busetti Garudi Redaelli for Ligne Roset is an exercise in geometry, with its striking silhouette of angled lines seemingly balanced around a central vertical axis.
The Felia Floor Lamp
, designed by Meike Harde for Ligne Roset
captures the essence of serenity with its gently arched stem and translucent diffuser emitting an ambient light. Felia’s design is the result of extensive experimentation with a sculptural approach to paper.