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LC4

LC4


Le Corbusier's LC4 is one of the most famous lounge chairs ever designed.

collection: LC Collection

designer: Le Corbusier

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Chaise-longue with adjustable polished trivalent chrome plated (CR3) steel frame. Black enamel steel base. Mat: — ponyskin or cowskin (black leather headrest); — leather (headrest in black leather or in the same colour as the mat); — special beige canvas (natural, dark brown or black headrest and footrest). Headrest with polyester padding. Designed in 1928 this chair became famous in 1965 with Cassina, the LC4 is the definitive chaise longue: built in a shape designed for relaxation, the chair was created when the three designers teamed together to put man at the centre of their design, taking the idea that form and function should be at the service of relaxation, creating a perfect balance between its geometric purity and its ergonomic intent. The stability of the frame – for any angle of inclination – is guaranteed by the friction through rubber tubes that cover the cross bar of the base.

dimensions
160
56.4
160
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Le Corbusier

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Le Corbusier

Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, known as Le Corbusier, was born at La Chaux-de-Fonds, in the Swiss Jura, in 1887; he died in France, at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, on the French Côte d’Azur, in 1965.Early in his career his work met with some resistance owing to its alleged «revolutionary» nature and the radical look it acquired from its «purist» experiments; in time , however, it won the recognition it deserved and it is still widely admired. His message is still being assimilated by an ever increasing number of people in the profession, but his far-out avant-garde attitudes should be interpreted with due consideration for the use of rational systems in his planning method, evidenced by extremely simple modules and formes based on the functional logic.