Each of these Roche Bobois catalogues capture the essence of our collections.
We encourage you to visit our stores to obtain a catalog, product information, fabric swatches and helpful advice to facilitate your purchase.
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Contemporains Collection Catalogue
New edition - 228 pages
Nouveaux Classiques Collection Catalogue
New edition - 96 pages
OUTDOOR COLLECTION - TAKE INDOOR COMFORT OUTSIDE
At Roche Bobois, outdoor living is an art. Our creative and innovative outdoor collections feature vibrant colours inspired by the sky, the sun, and exotic destinations. Each piece effectively combines shapes and materials, dreams, and designs, savoir-faire and innovation. With these collections, we bring to you a new idea of comfort and exterior design.
Nativ - Design Raphael Navot
Raphael Navot created the Nativ collection for Roche Bobois with an emphasis on natural and familiar shapes. He wanted to use noble materials and craftsmanship to create a dialogue between culture and nature, between man-made and organic forms.
Globe Trotter | Marcel Wanders
This unique and eclectic collection is inspired by the legendary adventurers and explorers who traveled the world to discover new cultures and rare objects. The collection expresses openness, freedom and inspiration, showcasing Marcel Wanders’ signature design style.
Mah Jong Sofa: an icon
Avant-garde when first created, iconic today, "dressed" by Kenzo Takada, Jean Paul Gaultier and Missoni Home, this "free form" modular seating is the reference point for fully modular creative design.
Jean Paul Gaultier collection for Roche Bobois
The distinctive vision of the famed French designer along with Roche Bobois expertise have given life to a poetic and sophisticated collection, a bouquet of sensual materials, subtle colours and iconic pieces and patterns.
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In each of our 250 stores spread over 50 countries, Roche Bobois emanates and typiflies "l'art de vivre à la française".