Prado: A Modular Settee by Christian Werner for Ligne Roset

08.19.14 | By
Prado: A Modular Settee by Christian Werner for Ligne Roset

Christian Werner designed a settee that brings you the freedom to fix it how you like it. Prado, made for Ligne Roset, is made up of a long seat that can be used independently or with the unattached back cushions placed wherever you like.


The weighted cushions let you move them around to any position and will stay put thanks to its anti-slip system.


Place the cushions along the back for a sofa, put one on the side and you have a lounger. You could even place the cushions on the floor for backrests.


If you want to use it as the occasional bed, just flip the seat cushion over and it’s covered with mattress ticking. There’s also an optional fitted sheet you can buy.


Prado is available in two sizes – Medium, which comes with 2 back cushions and 2 bolsters, and Large, which comes with 3 back cushions and 2 bolsters.


Prado will be a part of Ligne Roset’s stand at Super Brands London during the London Design Festival from September 18th-21st at the Old Truman Brewery in London.




Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.