Collection: LC4 Lounger - Le Corbusier
Designed by Le Corbusier with Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, the “infinitely adjustable chaise longue” - also known by the acronym B306 - was presented at the “Salon d'Automne” in Paris in 1929 as part of the “Interior equipment of 'a house". Certainly the most famous classic of the “Le Corbusier group” is made up of two free elements: the base and the cradle. The cradle - whose shape follows the curves of the human body - seems to fl uctuate on its base, and can slide without any mechanism in a continuous movement, thus allowing any type of tilt, while remaining stable thanks to the friction of the steel with the rubber that covers the crossbars of the base. Le Corbusier himself defines it as the “real resting machine” and said in designing it that he thought of the cowboy who smoked his pipe, sitting with his feet in the air leaning on the side of the road.
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