Small, iconic stool from the Le Corbusier LC collection by Cassina. Two chrome-plated steel tubes form the frame, the two removable cross bars enable the simple replacement of the seat.
The first version, designed by Charlotte Perriand in 1927 for the dining room of her apartment in place Saint-Sulpice in Paris, was presented with tubular metal frame and seat in woven India cane. In the project of “Equipment intérieur d’une Habitation”, the stool was placed in the Salle de bain with a towelling stretch seat as a symbol of personal hygiene – an important issue for the modern art movements of the ‘20s.
Today, the stool is also available with seat in rattan or rigid leather. The frame - original made of chrome plated steel - is now also as coloured varnished model.
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