Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret
LC4 Chaise Lounge
Leather, chrome and steel
Marked: LC4 22890
31.5in h x 66in w x 21.5in d
• An Important Main Line, PA Collection
Originally designed in 1928, the iconic LC4 chaise lounge was designed to echo the human form at rest. Coined the “relaxing machine” with its movable, floating frame; the chaise adjusts from upright to fully reclined, beautifully balancing form and function. The LC4 chaise is still in production today manufactured by Cassina of Italy.
Exemplary of early twentieth-century modernist design, an example of LC4 chaise is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, among other important museums around the globe.