...Among the most famous of these collaborations are the from Cassina produced LC4 Chaise Longue, LC2 Armchair and LC7 Swivel Chair which Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand originally created for their "Maison la Roche" in Paris...
LC7 Swivel Chairby Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand, 1928 — from 2.290,76 €
|Product type||Swivel chair|
Dimensions in cm
|Material||Frame: steel, chrome plated or lacquered matt black
Covers: leather Scozia
Filling: polyurethane foam and springs
As standard options smow offer the two proven leather qualities LCX (Cassina Price Class Y) and Scozia (Cassina Price Class X). Both are natural cowhide with a full grain side and barrel dyed. The surface is treated with polyurethane to preserve the natural softness and to protect against contamination. Leather LCX is slightly softer and finer structured, leather Scozia is firmer and has a more distinctive texture.
|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||All products from the LC Collection
|Datasheet||Click for more information (ca. 0,4 MB).
How do I recognise an original LC7 swivel chair?
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 LC7 Swivel Chair was designed by Charlotte Perriand in 1927 for very personal reasons: it was originally created for her apartment on the Place Saint-Sulpice in Paris, before in 1928 it was exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Décorateurs and a year later appeared at the Salon d'Automne Paris as part of the LC Collection, and co-signed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand. Today the chair is, and as with all objects in the LC Collection, exclusively produced by the Italian manufacturer Cassina who owns the rights to the LC Collection and whose own logo accompanies the signature of the designer and an identification number as your guarantees of the objects originality. The designer Charlotte Perriand worked for over 10 years with Le Corbusier and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret - a time which saw the emergence of many commercially and critically acclaimed furniture designs: and also a collaboration that saw all sides positively influence one another. Following her departure from Paris and Le Corbusier Charlotte Perriand spent many years in Asia, where she set about teaching local craftsmen the possibilities inherent in combining traditional crafts with modern production technology: a combination which is clearly evident in her LC7 Swivel Chair and its mix of industrial and natural materials such as tubular steel, and an object which also combines a visually attractive form with a high level of seating comfort.
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