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Chaise Longue - LC4 is a chaise longue designed by the French architects Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand.

Le Corbusier began as an architect with a very distinctive and spare style. He began experimenting with furniture design in 1928 as an alternative to relying on ready-made furniture created by others to complete the spaces he envisioned and built. The LC4 was one of his first designs, created for a villa in the Ville d’Avray. He later displayed it, along with other now-famous pieces of tubular steel furniture, at the Salon D’ Automne in Paris in 1929. The exhibit, titled Equipment for the Home, caused a sensation in the design world that continues to this day.

Black Leather; Frame: Stainless steel frame, 3 step hand polished to a smooth flawless mirror shine.

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