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Le Corbusier-LC2 Petite Lounge Chair

Modern Classics Furniture

This is an excellent reproduction of the popular Le Corbusier LC2 Petite Confort Lounge Chair. Originally created for the 1929 Lifestyle Exhibition in Paris, it was first of its kind. These chairs are exquisitely and meticulously manufactured by our own factory. . The LC2 chair frame is manufactured using high gauge stainless steel. The tubular frame is polished to a perfect mirror finish. This stainless steel frame will never chip or rust. We have captured the true radius for each of the > MORE frame corners. The feet have adjustable height bottoms. The webbing is 2" nylon with hooks to hold it the frames. For the upholstery, we only use fine Italian, top grain, 100% aniline-dyed leather on all surfaces. Each piece is cut and hand-sewn with attentive detail. Inside the seat cushions are high resilient - high density polyurethane foam cushions. A layer of Dacron Fiber Fill is added for additional sitting comfort. The upholstery seams/welt lines are straight and the premium foam cushions sit flush in frame. ^ LESS

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General Style: Contemporary

Specific Style: Mid-century Modern, Bauhaus

Essential Properties: Reproduction

Type: Chair

Material: Stainless Steel, Leather

Color / Finish: Tan (Also available in Black, Brown, Gray, White, Red, Off-white)

Dimensions: 28" Center Unit Depth x 31" Center Unit Width x 18" Center Unit Height

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