A design classic from 1928, designed by Le Corbusier.
- Tubular steel chaise frame in polished chrome
- Base in fleet and tubular steel with black epoxy finish
- Headrest inside with a cotton bag filled with a mix of goose feather and foam
- Upholstery in pony
width 160 cm, depth 56 cm, height 73 cm, 0.60 cbm
The LC4 Chaise Longue is the most famous furniture design by Le Corbusier. He called the longue "dormant machine".
It is noteworthy that the rest position can be adjusted without mechanism. The force of gravity holds the LC4 Chaise Longue easily in position.
(1887 - 1965), actually Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris, was an architect, painter, urban planner, sculptor and furniture designer Swiss-French descent.
His most famous works in the field of furniture design, were the chair shall Basculant LC1, the LC2 armchair, the Sofa LC3, the LC4 chaise longue, the sofa LC5, the LC6 dining table and the chair LC7.
He is considered one of the most important architects and designers of the 20th century. The pseudonym Le Corbusier was inspired by his great-grandfather and his mentor Charles l'Eplattenier.
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