LC9

Design Charlotte Perriand

ARCHITECTURAL SHAPES

Included in the LC collection by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, the LC9 historic design stool has a very special architectural shape that faithfully reflects the author’s love of conceptual harmony.

PRODUCTION YEAR

1973

**Designed by Charlotte Perriand and part of the LC collection by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand.** A stool with an architectural presence that reflects, to perfection, Charlotte Perriand’s love of poetic harmony. The first version of this stool was for the designer’s own dining room in her Paris apartment, and was made of tubular steel with a rattan seat. In 1929, the design was shown as part of the “Équipement intérieur d’une Habitation” exhibit at the Salon d’Automne in Paris, where it was used in the salle de bain with a terry towelling seat, as appropriate in the space where personal care reigns supreme. The current model is characterised by a trivalent-chrome plated steel frame, with a wide choice of seat materials: from towelling, through saddle leather, to the classic rattan option.

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Charlotte Perriand

For use as a low stool, low lounge table or living room coffee table, the model features structure in chrome-plated steel customizable with different upholstery materials that, aside from terry cloth, include saddle-hide and the classic rattan.

For use as a low stool, low lounge table or living room coffee table, the model features structure in chrome-plated steel customizable with different upholstery materials that, aside from terry cloth, include saddle-hide and the classic rattan.

Frame

Polished chrome or painted tubular steel

Upholstery

Fabric, saddle hide, foam, rattan

Feet

Plastic

NERO NERO
GRIGIO GRIGIO
BIANCO BIANCO
NATURALE NATURALE
PRODUCTION YEAR

1973

DESIGN BY
Charlotte Perriand
PRODUCTION YEAR

1973

DESIGN BY
Charlotte Perriand

PRODUCT SHEETS

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Coffee and side tables collection