Why is the Togo couch so popular?
The design is especially comfortable because it is dense poly foam that you sink down into, instead of a traditional sofa, which is constructed with springs or supports and feather or foam stuffing. Overall, these sofas are a bit lower to the ground than traditional seating.
What era is Togo sofa?
In 1973, the Lyon-based designer Michel DUCAROY created the TOGO sofa for the furniture publisher Ligne Roset. 50 years later, this seat with its baba-cool look is still just as fascinating. While certain pieces of furniture from the 70s seem totally has-been today, the TOGO retains an intense power of attraction.
What are Togo sofas?
Instantly recognisable by its distinctive shape, the Togo Settee has remained a cult classic for over 40 years. This hand-sewn collection of modular furniture features the characteristic pleats of crumpled fabric, providing ultimate comfort for lazy days and cosy nights at home.