Lc4 Chaise Longue

Lc4 Chaise Longue

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Le Corbusier described his Chaise Longue as the "real machine for rest. " It made its initial appearance at the Villa Church, Ville d'
Avray in a prototype version. As with the other models of Le Corbusier, the Chaise Longue was first presented to the public at the Salon d'Automne des Artistes Decorateurs in Paris in 1929. It is reminiscent of the famous chaise of Thonet, the bentwood being translated into tubular steel. In the archives of L'Esprit Nouveau there is a folder advertising an adjustable lounge chair, "Le Surrepos" designed by Dr. Pascuad which certainly directly inspired Le Corbusier. The Chaise Longue of Le Corbusier was first put into production by Thonet France who, in all probability, constructed the first prototype. In the early 1930's it was produced, under Thonet license, by the Swiss company, Embru. The Chaise Longue in its present form was reintroduced in 1959 by Heidi Weber of Zurich who worked on the re-edition directly with Le Corbusier. Mrs. Weber modified the base substituting the elliptical tube with an oval tube which was easier to obtain and work with.

Size: 160*57*xxxxx metal: Stainless steel+metal frame, just one pic leather for the xxxxx we do many years, so, we have enough experience to do this exact copy, we know which part is important and must be to do.

1) Materials:
A) Italian leather
C) Foam
D) Stainless steel frame
2) Dimensions: 167 x 58 x 85-30cm

Packing size: 164*63*59(cm)
Net weight: 17.55(kg)
Gross weight: 23.6(kg);
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