LC4 Chaise Longue
Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand for Cassina - 1928
Designed in 1928 but popularized beginning in 1965 by Cassina, the LC4 is the definitive chaise longue. Referred to as the “relaxing machine”, it reflects the idea that form and function should cater to the natural human form to create maximum comfort. The moveable frame adjusts along the base so one can recline or sit upright at a variety of angles. Each signed and numbered piece is manufactured in Italy by Cassina under exclusive worldwide license from the Le Corbusier Foundation.
Price upon request
Adjustable polished chrome plated or matte black enamel steel frame. Matte black enamel steel base. The loose pad is available in hairy hide with the headrest in black leather, in a variety of leathers with the headrest in the same colour or in a special ecru canvas (natural, dark brown or black headrest and pad). The headrest has polyester padding.