Le Corbusier LC4 Style Chaise Lounge with Black Leather Cushion by Unknown Maker
OMG! I have wanted one of these for so long! Even an in-the-style-of! Which this one is but it is a very good example. So, for those of you who do not know, the original of this Bauhaus style piece of furniture is what has been dubbed the Le Corbusier LC4 Chaise Lounge. It was originally designed in 1928 by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand. The word lounge in English means long chair and this LC4 has been known to be called the relaxing machine. Its curvaceous lines genuinely take their form from the human body shape which undoubtedly follows the design edict form follows function. The long chair floats loosely on the black steel base and slides up and back in infinite lounging positions; from reclined for napping to upright for reading or conversation. This is without question a classic of modern design and one that is sought after by collectors worldwide. Plus, this design is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Make this relaxing machine yours!
Wonderful Le Corbusier LC4 style chaise in chrome and black painted steel with black leather cushion and head support. This example is by an unknown maker. It is in fabulous vintage condition. It does have a couple worn spots in the ribbed rubber bushing that the chrome slides on to be adjustable; and, there is some wear to the leather cording. The chromed welds are not invisible. Please see photos. Circa late 20th century.
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