Le Corbusier LC4 Chaise Lounge Chair, Full-Grain Leather and Steel

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Le Corbusier

"Space and light and order. Those are the things that men need just as much as they need bread or a place to sleep."

Display

Black Full-Grain Leather, Chocolate Full-Grain Leather, Saddle Brown Full-Grain Leather

Dimensions

H: 24.4”, D: 60.6”, W: 22”; Seat Height: 10.2"

Filling

High-Density PU Foam

Safety

All materials are flame-retardant and free from toxins

Delivery

5 to 10 business days

Reproduction

This item is not manufactured by or affiliated with the original designer (s) and associated parties. We do not claim any rights on any third party trademarks. This is a custom recreation of the original version of the item.

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Innovative Comfort Design

The LC4 Chaise Longue, originally crafted by Charlotte Perriand under the guidance of the legendary Le Corbusier, is a groundbreaking innovation in furniture design. Its unique mechanism, tailored to float and adjust based on the body's weight and position, offers an ergonomic seating experience that ranges from upright to fully reclined. Such groundbreaking design not only revolutionized comfort but also established its significance in furniture history, earning it a dedicated space in the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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Modern Materials, Timeless Craftsmanship

Our version of the LC Chair pays tribute to the iconic LC4 design while integrating contemporary materials and techniques. It brings forward the essence of the classic with premium full-grain leather that beautifully blends softness and durability. The frame, meticulously crafted from polished solid die-cast 304 stainless steel bars, offers unmatched stability and a gleaming appearance resistant to rust or corrosion. With our replica, you embrace modern durability without compromising on the rich history, quality, and craftsmanship of the original.

01

Innovative Comfort Design

The LC4 Chaise Longue, originally crafted by Charlotte Perriand under the guidance of the legendary Le Corbusier, is a groundbreaking innovation in furniture design. Its unique mechanism, tailored to float and adjust based on the body's weight and position, offers an ergonomic seating experience that ranges from upright to fully reclined. Such groundbreaking design not only revolutionized comfort but also established its significance in furniture history, earning it a dedicated space in the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

02

Modern Materials, Timeless Craftsmanship

Our version of the LC Chair pays tribute to the iconic LC4 design while integrating contemporary materials and techniques. It brings forward the essence of the classic with premium full-grain leather that beautifully blends softness and durability. The frame, meticulously crafted from polished solid die-cast 304 stainless steel bars, offers unmatched stability and a gleaming appearance resistant to rust or corrosion. With our replica, you embrace modern durability without compromising on the rich history, quality, and craftsmanship of the original.

1928

Celebrating the LC4: An Icon of Mid-Century Modern Design

A masterpiece of the mid-century modern era, the LC4 chaise lounge embodies the innovative spirit and elegant functionality of its creators. Brainchild of the legendary trio – Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand – this chair was unveiled in 1928, and it swiftly revolutionized the world of furniture design. Le Corbusier, with his profound roots in architectural brilliance, joined forces with Pierre Jeanneret and the creative genius of Charlotte Perriand. Together, they embarked on a mission to blend aesthetics with human-centric comfort, resulting in the LC4. This chaise lounge, characterized by its sinuous curves and adjustable recline, exemplifies modernist ideals. Celebrated for its ergonomic finesse, it isn’t just a chair but a testament to the era when furniture evolved to become both art and utility. Today, the LC4 remains an iconic beacon in the realm of mid-century modern design, coveted by enthusiasts and collectors alike.

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