Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Le Corbusier's 'Active Mode' LC1 Basculant Chair


“A house is a machine for living in.”

Le Corbusier declared these words and clearly based them around his designs.  He created his chairs in 3 different styles: active mode, comfort mode and relaxation mode, all depending on the setting and type of activity for which they were intended.  His first ‘active mode’ chair, the LC1 Basculant Chair, was originally intended as an office chair and had become useful in a wide range of other settings since its inception in 1928. 

Our LC1 Basculant Chair Reproduction still provides the reclining back that Le Corbusier originally designed to offer support in a variety of angles, so anyone sitting in it can find their most comfortable position.  We make our reproduction in a polished stainless steel frame, the more durable option than the original frame made from mild steel and chrome plating, and offer our chair in 15 leather color options. 

Come check out our LC1 Basculant Chair Reproduction in one of our showrooms near you!


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