Imagine a world where furniture is not just functional objects, but sculptures of the senses, vibrant canvases of emotions, woven from sun-drenched textiles and woody velvets. A world where every home is a miniature Louvre, and a dining table is a portal to the age of Art Deco. Let me invite you to this world, the world of Roche Bobois.
In the 1960s, brothers Philippe and Jacques Roche, inspired by the spirit of freedom and artistry, challenged the conservative world of French furniture. They created a brand that would become synonymous with bold design and quality materials. Their first store opened in Paris became a magnet for the creative elite—artists, writers, architects—who were charmed by furniture that didn’t just decorate an interior, but became its heart.
But what truly sets their creations apart? The magic lies in the materials and technologies. For example, in the Figaro collection, redwood is coated with a special lacquer that mimics the glossy leather of a vintage car. The Mah Jong sofa is upholstered in fabric that seems to be woven from butterfly wings—the result of a unique double tapestry technique. And the Jardin Secret table is a true masterpiece, where a marble tabletop blooms with lush vegetation, creating a sense of nature right in your home.
Talented designers are the soul of the brand. Kenzo Takada, Maurizio Manzoni, Sonia Rykiel—each brings their own spark of genius to Roche Bobois. For example, Jacques Garcia creates furniture that resembles the sets of lavish productions, and Marcel Wanders transforms wardrobes into surreal sculptures.
Roche Bobois collections are a journey through time and continents. Le Contemporains is a breath of fresh air from the 1970s, a rethinking of functionality. Les Voyages is a plunge into the exoticism of distant lands, where Moroccan motifs intertwine with Chinese lacquers. Le Provençal is a revival of French classics in a modern interpretation, like in the Sonata collection, where rustic chic blends with urban elegance.
But Roche Bobois is more than just furniture. It’s a philosophy of life, where home is not just a dwelling, but a work of art that reflects the individuality of the owner. The brand offers the opportunity to create your own world, full of beauty, comfort, and self-expression.