Saturday, March 15, 2014

Closer Look: LC4 Chaise Lounge


When it comes to furnishing your villa in the Ville d’ Avray, there is really no better person for the job than Le Corbusier—wouldn’t you agree? 

In 1928, when the Swiss architect was commissioned for such a job, Le Corbusier created his famous LC4 Chaise Lounge Chair. This avant-garde piece, which is also known as the ‘Resting Machine,’ is designed to emulate the natural curves of the human body.

The original LC4 Chaise Lounge Chair from 1928 is on display in the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan, but you can come experience what it feels like to recline in this our 
LC4 Chaise Lounge replica, and see how it compares to others.

Come visit us in our new 
Chicago showroom!

Modern Classics

Photo: When it comes to furnishing your villa in the Ville d’ Avray, there is really no better person for the job than Le Corbusier—wouldn’t you agree?  

In 1928, when the Swiss architect was commissioned for such a job, Le Corbusier created his famous LC4 Chaise Lounge Chair.  This avant-garde piece, which is also known as the ‘Resting Machine,’ is designed to emulate the natural curves of the human body.  

The original LC4 Chaise Lounge Chair from 1928 is on display in the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan, but you can come experience what it feels like to recline in this our LC4 Chaise Lounge Chair replica in our Chicago showroom!

http://www.modernclassics.com/mc-storelocations.html

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