Furniture Design by Le Corbusier
The work of Le Corbusier [born Charles Edouard Jeanneret] - one of the most influential architects of the 20th century, renowned for his provocative ideas and revolutionary designs
Termed a "sitting machine" and one of the signature classics of modern design, the LC1 chair (1929) was an integral part Le Corbusier's International Style. Introduced at the Salon d' Automme, the chair's emphasis lay in the juxtaposition of new consturction techniques, mechanical versatility and precious that are seamlessly welded together. The comfort of the chair is exceptional, with a reclining seat and mobile back for constant support. Available in balck saddle leather for easy versatility and in classically sophisticated haired hide. Haired hides are one of kind, each containing varying amounts of black, whaite and brown.