Beautiful chaise longue, model LC4 serial number 2344, designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand for Cassina in 1965.
The chaise longue was born from the inspiration of the three design artists who wanted to design a comfortable home furniture, where every person could rest, even without sleeping, relaxing head, shoulders, back and legs.
Initially designed in 1928, the Le Corbusier chaise longue was then mass-produced in the mid-1960s, it would become a true design icon over the years.
The structure of the amazing chaise longue by Le Corbusier is made of chromed tubular steel, black lacquered metal frame, the headrest is made of leather while the upholstery is made of soft white fur.
The LC4 chaise longue by Le Corbusier has a variable tilt and can be put in various poses, this allows for greater comfort and perfect anatomical shape of the body while resting.
The chaise longue LC4 by Le Corbusier is probably the most famous armchair in the history of design, it has a solid core that is resistant to the weight of the body despite prolonged use, it guarantees softness and relaxation, thanks to the soft padding and delicate upholstery. It is defined as the chaise longue par excellence, a perfect mix of geometry, body, purity and elegance, in fact it furnishes in a refined, optimal and characterizing way every area or zone of relaxation and leisure of the house.
Height: 70 cm (27.56 in.)
Width: 57 cm (22.44 in.)
Depth: 160 cm (62.99 in.)
Seat Height: 30 cm (11.81 in.)
The Chaise longue by Le Corbusier is in excellent vintage condition, the structure is in original condition, the fabric has been reupholstered in wonderful white/ivory fur; slight scratches and light wear consistent with its time and use.