LC6 Tableby Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand, 1928 — 3.587,00 €
Dimensions in cm
|Material & Colour||Frame
|Function & properties||From the "Cassina I Maestri" collection
Authenticity identification via stamp with signature of the designer and identification number
Table top height adjustable by up to 5 cm
|Care||For quick removal of stains from polished, matt chrome or aluminium surfaces as well as on glass you can use any glass cleaner with soft cloth followed by drying with a soft cloth. Always immediately wipe spilt liquids from wood surfaces, and never use abrasives or solvents.|
|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
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How do I recognise an original LC6 table?
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 LC6 Table was designed by Le Corbusier in collaboration with his cousin Pierre Jeanneret and the young designer Charlotte Perriand in 1928 and is today produced according to their original designs by the Italian manufacturer Cassina. Cassina own the exclusive rights to the entire series LC and guarantees the originality of all products through the embossing of all frames with their logo, the designers signature and an identification number. With the LC Collection Le Corbusier and his colleagues achieved a family of perfectly shaped and highly functional furniture which can be used in many contexts in public, commercial, domestic and business spaces and provides for contemporary and coordinated visual landscapes. Characteristic of the LC Collection is the combination of industrial materials with natural materials and industrial processes with traditional craftsmanship. The Cassina LC6 features a steel base in which the steel tubes are rounded in profile as in aviation, and which thus resemble the spacers between the wings of a biplane. This technical finesse, as with the thread via which the height of the table can be changed by up to 5 cm, is a pleasing contrast with the high-quality lacquered ash wood. With a glass table top the functional table is just as easy and just as graceful.