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Sofa LC2 by Le Corbusier - Designer Le Corbusier

Most people are familiar with the Franco-Swiss architect Le Corbusier for his work in the field of architecture, but anyone with a basic knowledge in furniture design of the 20th century, will know that even some of the most famous furniture in modern history have been designed by him. A design of mobile designed by Le Corbusier LC2 sofa Chair .
 
Part of the prestigious LC2 collection includes the Ottoman LC2 armchair and the sofa LC2 can be for two to three people, consisting of an outer frame made of steel and black leather cushions. Le Corbusier designed the sofa with the help of Charlotte Perriand in 1928, and was one of his first forays into furniture designs.
 
With its trim, the minimalist structure and lack of ornamental elements, LC2 sofa by Le Corbusier is a classic example of the modern style embraced by Le Corbusier. The President (how was it called) also broke the conventions of the traditional design of the chairs having the frame to the outside rather than inside. Le Corbusier disapproved of the standard designs of the sofas of the period that was to hide the frame under layers of padding, and wanted the sofa LC2, show grace and effort put into the construction of the frame.
 
In order to support the entire structure, the frame of the LC2 sofa by Le Corbusier is made from flat pieces of tubular steel and high-quality welded together. The frame is coated with a protective layer of chrome plating, although this was only introduced in 1950. The LC2 also had an inner frame of wood between the cushions for added support and a spring mechanism inside, although the latter was discontinued in subsequent production runs. The pillows, however, are covered in luxurious black leather.
 
The LC2 sofa Le Corbusier went first production in 1930 under the Thonet and mobile companies Embru until 1959, where it was re-introduced with several updates. Today, Le Corbusier sofa and collection are produced by Artemobili of Novara, Italy.
 
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