Its sculptural impression makes this iconic piece of furniture extremely fine and versatile; as appropriate in classic decor settings as in new contemporary spaces.
Two versions of the rectangular LC11-P Table Pied Corolle were designed by Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret. The first, designed in 1934 for the Paris apartment of Le Corbusier, had a marble top, while the second, produced in 1935 for the House for a Young Man at the Universal Expo in Brussels, had a slate top.
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