Love it or hate it (and I love it), the Togo Sofa by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset is a classic of modern design, birthed in the mid-70s. Interestingly, it popped up three times during Dwell on Design — in two homes (a large one on the westside, a small space on the eastside) and front and center on the floor at the show, cloaked in a digital print by Cristian Zuzunaga. Check how it fits into each of these spaces — perhaps it can fit into yours.
- On the Westside, in a large home, tucked into a nook, it creates a comfy spot to escape to for reading a book or watching a movie, that's casual and warm in a large modern home. It's a natural for parties. (Beitcher Residence, designed by Warren Wagner / WS3 Architects)
- On the Eastside, it's the clean and simple centerpiece to a small home, inviting without being overwhelming, and balances a variety of textures from the smooth and polished floor to the rough textured wall. It's great for families with children; they can climb all over it or pull over the smaller pieces to make a fort! (Atwater Home, designed by Rebecca Rudolph / RST73)
- The digital pixel print Togo by Cristian Zuzunaga at Dwell on Design, snapped by Gregory
Images: 2 via RST73, 5: Gregory Han
• Roundup: Togo Sofas
• Togo Sofa & Seating by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset
• The Pixelated Projects of Cristian Zuzunaga