Le Corbusier LC4 Style Lounge Chair - Italian Leather, White

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The most coveted and successful design from Le Corbusier's original designs of the 1920s would undoubtedly have to be the Le Corbusier LC4 Lounge Chair. This chair was first showcased in 1929 at the Salon D'Automne in Paris, France. The Le Corbusie LC4 Lounge Chair, created in 1928, was the result of a collaborative vision in 1928 and the influential designers behind Le Corbusier's vision included Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Periand. This chair was originally commissioned for the interior design of a villa located in the Vilee d'Avray- located in the western suburbs of Paris, France. Otherwise known as the "relaxing machine," the LC4 Lounge Chair is a lounge that contours to the body's natural curves and at the same time it appears to float about its supports. The frame of this chair is very giving as its positions located on the base use gravity and the users natural weight to create a variety of reclining positions. Overall Dimensions: 23.6" H x 63"L x 22.8" D

Product is upholstered in 100% Full Grain Italian Leather, 100% Full Grain Aniline Leather and Pony Skin
Variety of colors available
Polished stainless steel tubular frame
Black Powder Coated steel base for chip resistance
Stainless Steel
Form fitting CA-117 high density foam cushion
Fire retardant foam
Adjustable recliner
Elastic under-cushion supporting straps for added comfort
Comes with floor protectors
5 Year warranty

Product Specifications

Manufactured By
Serenity Living Stores  
Sold By
Serenity Living Stores  
Width
63.0" 
Depth
22.8" 
Height
23.6" 
Color
White 
Materials
Leather / Steel 
Designer
Le Corbusier 
Category
Furniture  
Style
Modern 
Ready to ship to the Continental U.S. in 3 - 7 days.

Product Description

The most coveted and successful design from Le Corbusier's original designs of the 1920s would undoubtedly have to be the Le Corbusier LC4 Lounge Chair. This chair was first showcased in 1929 at the Salon D'Automne in Paris, France. The Le Corbusie LC4 Lounge Chair, created in 1928, was the result of a collaborative vision in 1928 and the influential designers behind Le Corbusier's vision included Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Periand. This chair was originally commissioned for the interior design of a villa located in the Vilee d'Avray- located in the western suburbs of Paris, France. Otherwise known as the "relaxing machine," the LC4 Lounge Chair is a lounge that contours to the body's natural curves and at the same time it appears to float about its supports. The frame of this chair is very giving as its positions located on the base use gravity and the users natural weight to create a variety of reclining positions. Overall Dimensions: 23.6" H x 63"L x 22.8" D

Product is upholstered in 100% Full Grain Italian Leather, 100% Full Grain Aniline Leather and Pony Skin
Variety of colors available
Polished stainless steel tubular frame
Black Powder Coated steel base for chip resistance
Stainless Steel
Form fitting CA-117 high density foam cushion
Fire retardant foam
Adjustable recliner
Elastic under-cushion supporting straps for added comfort
Comes with floor protectors
5 Year warranty

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