Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Closer Look: Le Corbusier's LC4 Chaise Lounge Chair


In 1928 a Paris physician, Dr. Pascaud, created the groundbreaking adjustable and anatomically correct Le Surrepos Lounge Chair.  Le Corbusier, the famous architect at this time, noticed this chair offered function but by no means did it offer fashion.  This was the impetus for him to create his famous LC4 Chaise Lounge Chair to combine fashion and function with his Corbu touch. 

This chair is designed to match the contours of the human body in either an adjustable reclining position or as a rocking chair when it is lifted off the base.

Our reproduction of the LC4 Chaise Lounge Chair is crafted with tubular polished stainless steel and upholstered in 15 options of Italian Leather or 2 options of pony hide.  In using these materials, we can guarantee the frame will never chip or rust.

Come visit either our Chicago or Seattle Showroom and see why this is also called the “Relaxing Machine!”

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