Le Corbusier; Pierre Jeanneret; Charlotte Perriand; 1928; LC3; Armchair; France; Italy; Cassina; Bauhaus; Sofa; Two Seater;
LC3 Sofa by Le Corbusier for Cassina - 1990s
LC3 two-seat sofa for Cassina. An iconic piece of modernist design, designed in 1928 by Le Corbusier, his cousin and colleague Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand. The sofa is a symbol of timeless elegance and exceptional comfort, with a unique combination of high-quality materials and craftsmanship. Made of high-quality materials by Italian manufacturer Cassina in the 1990s, this LC3 sofa has a chrome-plated steel frame that gives it a sleek and contemporary look. The thick Italian black leather adds a touch of luxury to the design and offers superior durability, while the combination of foam and goose down in the side and seat cushions provides a comfortable seating experience. With its low seat and wide armrests, the LC3 sofa is the perfect place to relax after a long day. The chair's design is both functional and stylish, making it an ideal addition to any modern living space.
This LC3 two-seat sofa is signed and priced per piece.
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