Cassina and Bottega Veneta have reinterpreted the iconic LC14 Tabouret Cabanon, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin 1952, in close collaboration with the Fondation Le Corbusier, for the maison’s Winter 24 fashion show.


Developed in full respect of the original model, the tabourets were used as seats for the presentation of the brand’s latest collection – the fifth under the creative direction of Matthieu Blazy.


In a synergy of luxury craftsmanship and design, Cassina and Bottega Veneta created a new interpretation of this emblematic piece, originally designed by Le Corbusier in 1952.


Reflecting the excellence of Cassina’s carpentry workshop and Bottega Veneta’s long-standing commitment to innovative craft, the stools feature a charred-wood technique, inspired by a traditional Japanese process. The method gives natural protection to the wood, while revealing the unique patterns of the wood grain, creating an aesthetic with a strong textural and visual impact.


Following the Winter 24 show, the tabourets will be displayed in a special installation during Milan Design Week, which will also include a new bespoke tribute to Le Corbusier’s classic design.


With this project, Cassina once again strengthens its affinity with the fashion world and cross-cultural approach.


Photo credits: Canestraro