LC4 NOIRE

Design Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand

The chaise longue in all-black version

An updated structure, shell and black upholstery for the iconic LC4, the ultimate chaise longue conveys the relationship between form and function in the balance between design purity and comfort.

PRODUCTION YEAR

2012

One of Cassina's worldwide best-sellers, the LC4 is the quintessential chaise longue, designed in 1928, and based on an in-depth exploration of reclining chairs. The three designers devised the LC4 as an expression of the concept of relaxation, with a focus on the human figure, the link between form and function being reflected in the balance between geometric purity and ergonomic intent. The stability of the lounger, whatever the angle of inclination, is provided by the rubber tubes covering the cross-bars of the underlying frame. As with the LC1, LC2 and LC 3, the LC4 is based on measurements derived from the Modulor. Today this model is proposed again in the "full black" version, with black base, frame and upholstery.

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Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand

The recliner in trivalent chrome plated steel, as in the original design, is angled to promote relaxation and its stability is ensured through friction with the rubber tubes that sheathe the crosspieces on the base.

The recliner in trivalent chrome plated steel, as in the original design, is angled to promote relaxation and its stability is ensured through friction with the rubber tubes that sheathe the crosspieces on the base.

Topper

Polyurethane foam.

Structure

Tubular steel frame, black painted finish.

Base

Base in tubular steel painted black.

PRODUCTION YEAR

2012

DESIGN BY
Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand
PRODUCTION YEAR

2012

DESIGN BY
Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand

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