Le Corbusier LC4 chaise lounge
Chaise lounger LC4 is made of a matt black lacquered base with solid 3-point screws. The infinitely adjustable upper frame is chrome* finished. The cover is made of leather fastened with elastic straps. The bolster is upholstered in black leather and shape-retaining foam core encased in dacron.
|from 799.00 EUR inkl. Lieferung und GebÃ¼hren*|
Design classics without the LC4 chaise longue aren't inconceivable. The chaise lounger LC4 was issued in 1929 with other LC designs by Le Corbusier on the famous Paris Salon d'Automne.
Since then, Le Corbusier lounger provides class to design-hotels, penthouse apartments and lofts all over the world, for relaxation.
The LC4 is Le Corbusiers most passionate furniture he worked on extremely intense. He even called it his "rest-machine" and put much emphasis on its infinitely variable adjustability.
The LC series Le Corbusier was one of the most important, prominent and influential Bauhaus furniture designer of the 20th century. As an icon of modern furniture design, Le Corbusier is historically well established in the design history of the 20th century. His name has since been associated not only fixed to the Bauhaus philosophy but also stands for stunning architecture and draughtsmanship.