Le Corbusier, Jeanneret, Perriand
The seat of the LC4 chaise lounge is designed to slide on the base to allow a range of relaxing sitting angles, from reclined to more upright. A black leather headrest adds to the comfort. Upholstery is LCX leather or Hairy Hide. The steel frame is adjustable. The LC4 chaise lounge is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
Designed by Le Corbusier, Jeanneret, and Perriand, this chaise lounge dates from 1928. It comprises two separate elements: the base and the seat. The seat is designed to slide on the base in such a way that an infinite number of sitting angles are possible. The steel frame is available in polished chrome-plated or matte black enamel, with the seat of the chaise lounge available in black or tri-color hairy hide leather with a black leather headrest.
Catalog Number HCCS-LC4-CX
The iconic LC4 embodies the relationship between form and function. Designed in 1928, LC4 is the definitive chaise lounge—built for relaxation. Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand, and Pierre Jeanneret collaborated to put the person at the center of their design, creating a perfect balance between geometric purity and ergonomic intent. The stable frame is juxtaposed with the shape of the seat, which mimics the natural contours of the body.
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