If you are a faithful lover of modernism, you probably know who Le Corbusier is and know the collection that he brings out of furniture called cushions baskets. If not, don’t worry! Today we will tell you a little about the features and interesting facts behind the creative process of this piece.
The LC2 chair is one of the most iconic furniture creations of this renowned architect and today we are going to share with you some information that you probably do not know. Scroll down and get to know them!
The LC2 chair was not created only by Le Corbusier
As you read it! Believe it or not, the icon of modernism was not merely a creation of Le Corbusier, in fact, there were 3 architects behind this design, which were; Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret and the star of this article; Le Corbusier.
The LC2 chair was inspired by an English armchair
The design was influenced by the structure of the English armchair, with the purpose of optimizing its design resulting in a more functional structure that is maintained in accordance with minimalist principles; simplicity and functionality.
The LC2 chair was created in the 1920s but is still reproduced
The Le Corbusier chair is a timeless piece that is still on sale by different manufacturers. If you are looking for an original piece you can find it under the Cassina brand, on the other hand, if you have a shorter budget and want an affordable way to obtain it you can find a great replica at Manhattan Home Design.
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