• LC4 Lounge chair 8034#
  • LC4 Lounge chair 8034#
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  • LC4 Lounge chair 8034#
  • LC4 Lounge chair 8034#

LC4 Lounge chair 8034#

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Material: italian leather,sponge, SUS304# polished stainless
Product size:55*160*75
CBM: 0.52
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  • LC4 Lounge chair 8034#
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The LC4 chaise lounge, Le Corbusier Chaise Lounge Chair is one of modern classic reproduction/replica. The Chaise Lounge Chair is made with italian Leather or Pony Leather and a steel frame. This lounge chair will fit perfectly and instantly upgrade your contemporary room.- Pad and headrest covering in Italian leather, back of cushion in fabric or leather. Pony leather/cowhide version available.- Polished stainless steel tubular frame, black lacquered steel base. - Pad filled with low density foam.
Items No. : 8034# LC4 lounge chair
Product name: Le Corbusier Chaise Longue LC4 
Product Description as followings:

1ST. The LC4 history was originally commissioned in 1928 for the furnishing of a villa in a suburb of Paris, France. The LC4 Chaise Lounge, AKA the "relaxing machine," is a lounge that mirrors the body's natural curves while appearing to float above its supports. The frame easily positions on the base using gravity and the users own weight to create various reclining positions.
2ND. As a "relaxing machine, "the Chaise Lounge Chair is a lounge chair that mirrors the body's natural curves while appearing to float above its supports.
3RD. Italian leather cushion with fabric leather upholstered.
4TH. Color is available in red ,white and black. Other colors will require quantity.
5TH. Polished stainless steel tubular frame, black lacquered steel base. The move able frame adjusts along the base from upright to full recline with ease.
6TH. Black Powder Coated steel base for chip resistance.
7TH. Comes complete with floor protectors.
8TH. Upholstered in Full Grain Aniline Italian leather.
9TH. Form fitting CA-117 high density foam cushion.
10TH. Adjustable recliner.
11TH. Matching Full Grain Aniline Italian leather zippered headrest.
12TH. Steel triple chrome plated frame for chip and flake resistance.
13TH. Full Grain Aniline leather piping.
14TH. Elastic under-cushion supporting straps for added comfort.
15TH. The Le Corbusier Chaise Lounge (LC4) is the best known and most successful of Le Corbusier’s original designs of the 1920’s. The chair first exhibited at the Salon D’ Automne in 1929. The Le Corbusier Chaise Lounge (LC4) was designed in 1928 with the efforts of not just the individual’s name that is attributed to the chair but rather a group effort with much influence from Pierre Jeanette and Charlotte Perriand.The LC4 was originally commissioned for the furnishing of a single villa in the Ville d’ Avray, a commune in the western suburbs of Paris, France. The LC4 Chaise Lounge, AKA the “relaxing machine,” is a lounge that mirrors the body’s natural curves while appearing to float above its supports.

Le Corbusier

Le Corbusier (1887-1965).Swiss born, Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris spent his youth travelling through Europe, coming in contact, among other things, with the Sezession environment in Vienna and with Gropius and Mies van der Rohe in Berlin. In his early thirties, he opened his legendary architecture studio in Paris. In addition to becoming immensely famous as an architect, Le Corbusier was also an urban planner, painter, sculptor and writer. His collaborations with his cousin Pierre Jeanneret and with Charlotte Perriand were decisive. Together, they presented a revolutionary one-room studio apartment at the Salon d'Automne in Paris in 1929, with furniture pieces which embodied the modernist spirit. They were conceived as instruments suitable for furnishing spaces built for the modern man, which explains why Le Corbusier loved to speak of "équipement." These furnishings had to be utilitarian, an expression of their function. The new value proposed by the coupling of form and function: the object, stripped of its ornaments, recovers its implacable and intimate sense of beauty, expressing its very nature in the harmony of its new form, simple and essential. The public's reaction was predictably hostile. But as fate would have it, the legend was awaiting.

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