A design classic from 1928, designed by Le Corbusier.
- Elegant curved tubular steel frame in polished chrome
- Loose cushions are made from high quality polyurethane foam and dacron (guarantees a high and long-lasting seat comfort)
- Seat cushions backed with down feathers
- Cover in pony-leather
- Also available in leather and Cotton
width 76 cm, depth 70 cm, height 67 cm, 0.60 cbm
The LC2 armchair is one of the most famous furnitures in the world.
With his sober design it stands for education, culture and success. You find this cube-shaped classic in prestigious law firms and businesses. Even the literary quartet sat on LC2 armchairs many years to talk about poetry and literature.
The LC2 was designed in 1928 by Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier.
The chair consists of four box-shaped cushions that are supported by a tubular steel frame in shape. The side panels are square, seat and backrest are rectangular. The result is an accurate dice. The frame of this classic is made of a complex curved tubular steel frame in polished chrome. The leather cushions are filled with polyurethane foam and dacron. The seat of the LC2 was padded with down feathers for optimal comfort.
(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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