Design Charlotte Perriand, 1973
Included in the Collection Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand, the historic LC9 design stool comes with a particular architectural volume that faithfully reflects the author's love for poetic harmony.
Can be used as a stool low, coffee table for living room or living room, the model is characterized by a chromed steel structure that can be customized with different coatings which in addition to the sponge also include leather and the classic cane.
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A stool with an architectural volume that perfectly reflects the author's love for poetic harmony. The first version was designed by Perriand in 1927 for the dining room of his Parisian apartment, made with a tubular metal structure combined with the seat in woven rattan. In 1929 the project became part of the "Équipement intérieur d’une Habitation" exhibition at the Salon d’Automne, where it was set in the salle de bain in a version with a foam seat more suited to the personal care space. The current model is characterized by a trivalent chromed steel structure, which can be customized with different coatings including sponge, leather and classic rattan. Each piece is delivered in a practical take-away package.
Polished or painted tubular steel frame.
L. 50 cm - P. 36 cm - H. 45 cm
Fabric, leather, sponge, rattan.
Feet in plastic material.
Seat in white sponge fabric and chromed structure / Rattan seat and chromed structure / Blue leather seat and ivory painted structure / Black leather seat and black painted structure / Rattan seat and gray painted structure / Gray leather seat e Mud painted structure / Natural leather seat and ivory painted structure
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