Le Corbusier

Le Corbusier

Art.Nr. LC4 pony + EG 777 + WW L/100
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LC4 Lounge Pony + Table EG 777 + Lamp WW L/100

    € 1 299.00 *
    STAFFELPREISE - Unsere Bauhaus Rabatte
    Ab Stk. 2+
    Preis/Stk. € 1 260  
    Menge Preis
    2+ 565,25 €
    4+ 550,38 €
    6+ 535,50 €
    A design classic from 1928, designed by Le Corbusier.


    Material:
    • Tubular steel chaise frame in polished chrome

    • Base in fleet and tubular steel with black epoxy finish

    • Headrest inside with a cotton bag filled with a mix of goose feather and foam

    • Upholstery in pony
     

    Dimensions:
    width 160 cm, depth 56 cm, height 73 cm, 0.60 cbm


    History:
    The LC4 Chaise Longue is the most famous furniture design by Le Corbusier. He called the longue "dormant machine".
     
    It is noteworthy that the rest position can be adjusted without mechanism. The force of gravity holds the LC4 Chaise Longue easily in position.
    A design classic from 1928, designed by Le Corbusier.


    Material:
    • Tubular steel chaise frame in polished chrome

    • Base in fleet and tubular steel with black epoxy finish

    • Headrest inside with a cotton bag filled with a mix of goose feather and foam

    • Upholstery in pony
     

    Dimensions:
    width 160 cm, depth 56 cm, height 73 cm, 0.60 cbm


    History:
    The LC4 Chaise Longue is the most famous furniture design by Le Corbusier. He called the longue "dormant machine".
     
    It is noteworthy that the rest position can be adjusted without mechanism. The force of gravity holds the LC4 Chaise Longue easily in position.

    Le Corbusier

    Le Corbusier (1887 – 1965), eigentlich Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris, war ein Architekt, Maler, Zeichner, Stadtplaner, Bildhauer und Möbeldesigner schweizerisch-französischer Abstammung.

    Zu seinen bekanntesten Werken im Bereich Möbeldesign gelten der Stuhl Basculant LC1, der Sessel LC2, das Sofa LC3, der Chaise longue LC4, das Sofa LC5, der Esstisch LC6 und der Drehstuhl LC7.

    Er gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Architekten und Designer des 20. Jahrhunderts. Das Pseudonym Le Corbusier entstand in Anlehnung an seinen Urgroßvater und seinen Lehrmeister Charles l'Eplattenier.