8 Tabouret tournantby Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand, 1928 — from 1.844,00 €
|Product type||Stool/Swivel Stool|
Dimensions in cm
|Material||Frame: steel, chrome plated or lacquered matt black
Covers: leather Scozia
Filling: polyurethane foam and polyester wadding
|Variants||Frame available as chrome plated or painted matt black|
|Function & properties||From the "Cassina I Maestri" collection
Authenticity identification via stamp with signature of the designer and identification number
4 fixed legs, swivel seat
|Care||Fabric: dust and lint can be easily vacuumed. To treat stains, use a damp cloth and a mild, neutral detergent.
Professional cleaning should be performed in the assembled state and with the use of upholstery foam or using a mobile washing-extraction device.
Leather: Please maintain and clean the leather according to the booklet included.
Steel: For removal of impurities from polished gloss, matt chrome plated and aluminium surfaces, you can use any glass cleaner with a clean, soft cloth and then wipe dry the surface with a soft cloth. Do not use solvents or abrasives.
|Awards & museum||MoMA Collection, New York|
|Certificates & Sustainability||Certified quality control through the "I Maestri" stamp and signature of the author
|Product family||LC Collection
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How do I recognise an original 8 Tabouret tournant (LC8 swivel stool)?
Every piece of furniture of the "Cassina I Maestri" collection is embossed with the signature of the designer and an identification number by way of an authenticity mark.
The LC8 Swivel Stool has been produced by Cassina since 1978 and is an alternative version of the "fauteuil tournant" originally designed by Charlotte Perriand for her own apartment in Paris. Without the backrest which characterises the LC7 Swivel Chair the Cassina stool was craeted with the intentions of being a mass produceable industrial product which is composed of standardized elements. A construction principle and philosophy which ensure that the work continues to impress with its simple design and high degree of functionality. The soft seat cushion with polyurethane foam makes it a particularly comfortable and convenient seating solution in the office or home while the 4 fixed legs bequeath the round stool the necessary stability. As a product from the LC Collection, a collection which was developed between 1927 and 1929 by the designer trio Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret and Le Corbusier, the LC8 is now produced exclusively by Cassina and the manufacturer stamps the frame of every stool with their logo, the signature of the designer and a serial number to distinguish the original from the many fakes available. The Italian manufacturer Cassina, a long established manufacturer known for its high quality designer products, lists the furniture of the LC series in its "I Maestri" Collection, a collection which is also home to the works of many great masters and which is complimented by "I Contemporanei" which, and as the name implies, consists of articles by contemporary designers.