Designers and tastemakers came out to celebrate the furniture brand in Vancouver’s Armoury District.

We love a good shop-within-a-shop and Livingspace’s relaunched and in-house Ligne Roset boutique now occupies 3,000 square feet of its main floor.To toast this epic expansion and the LR rockstar furniture pieces on display (Togo, Facett, Ruche—the gang was all there!), Livingspace threw a summer soirée last week in Vancouver’s Armoury District, complete with chocolate concierge, model DJ and an ample supply of befitting rosé.Western Living Editor-in-Chief Anicka Quin was also in attendance to celebrate—look out for her interview with Ligne Roset’s Antoine Roset in our upcoming September issue. Edit_01Antoine Roset and Livingspace owner Ross Bonetti toasted the launch of Ligne Roset’s newly expanded shop-in-shop in Vancouver.Edit_02Hawksworth Restaurant‘s Chad Clark, Les Amis du Fromage‘s Allison Spurrell and Theirry Chocolate‘s Nathaly Vazquez provided all the party favours for the big event.Edit_03Flanking Western Living editor Anicka Quin at the Ligne Roset celebrations were Falken Reynolds principals Kelly Reynolds and Chad Falken.edit_04_06Left: Livingspace’s sales and design associates Jennifer Wong and Albert Yee welcomed guests to an evening of furniture, food and fun. Right: Ligne Roset U.S. Vice President of Sales Jessica Cairncross enjoyed the night of revelry and designer bites.Edit_05Livingspace veterans Joanna Ostrowski and Mark Linklater were among the tastemakers at the Ligne Roset reception.Edit_08Artist Miriam Aroeste, and designers Adam Becker and Diana Becker were among fans of the contemporary furniture maker in attendance.Edit_09DJ Nathalie Morel provided the beats at the designer bash.edit10_7Left: Livingspace’s Alexandra Service greeted Onepointsix Design owner Michael Gotziaman to the furniture fete. Right: Making the scene were Restoration Hardware‘s Sam Parkinson and Ann Sacks‘ Gabriella Wiebe.

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