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Here's the first full-scale prototype with a wooden frame, testing out a new way to do the quilt on a larger scale. Pictured here is Irene, one of Ligne Roset's prototypists, "who is always used to test the comfort of a piece for a tiny person," says Semp

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Originally appeared in Designing the Ruche Sofa
on January 3, 2012
Here's the first full-scale prototype with a wooden frame, testing out a new way to do the quilt on a larger scale. Pictured here is Irene, one of Ligne Roset's prototypists, "who is always used to test the comfort of a piece for a tiny person," says Semp
Here's the first full-scale prototype with a wooden frame, testing out a new way to do the quilt on a larger scale. Pictured here is Irene, one of Ligne Roset's prototypists, "who is always used to test the comfort of a piece for a tiny person," says Sempé. "For tall persons, one tests with [CEO] Michel Roset himself."

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