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Le Corbusier LC6 Table

Le Corbusier LC6 Table


High-end reproduction of the LC6 table (1928) by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand at  a fraction of the price.

The founding idea behind the LC6 table, presented in 1929 at the Salon d'Automne, lies in the distinction between the load-bearing element and the carried element, that is to say between the base and the top. The autonomy of the two parts is underlined by four intermediate supports which serve both as level regulators and as separators between the density of the support and the fine lines of the tray.

Material: This dining table has a welded aeronautical steel base with a 19mm premium tempered glass tabletop.
Dimensions: Medium: L 180cm x D 85cm x H 70cm | Large: L 225cm x D 85cm x H 70cm

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