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LC2 stool by Le Corbusier (1928) Bauhaus age
LC2 Stool is part of the famous LC2 group. Designed by the famous architect Le Corbusier in collaboration with the designer Charlotte Perriand and his cousin and colleague Pierre Jeanneret for the Paris Autumn Salon 1927. His design stands for education and success. You will find the cube-shaped classics of the LC2 series in renowned law firms and companies. They also appear very often in various television programs.
The frame of this stool classic consists of an elaborately curved, chromed tubular steel frame. The leather cushions are filled with polyurethane foam and Dacron wool, for added comfort with down feathers.
Upholstery in high quality leather, Pony skin, or fabric.
traditional Italian handicraft production
5 years manufacturer's warranty.
- 0.40 m3
- 17 kg
- Seat high
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