Charles Le C. LC2 Ottoman

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Details:

  • Classic design from 1929
  • Great comfort
  • Accompaniment to LC2 chairs
  • Variety of colours

Charles Le C. LC2 Ottoman

The Petit LC2 Ottoman is an ideal addition to your LC2 furniture. The classic design from 1929 comprises features of great comfort and style. The Ottoman follows the same design outline as the rest of the LC2 furniture and its quality leather upholstery is beautifully contrasted by the external steel frame.

ItaliaDesigns produces this classic design in quality classic or premium leather upholstery in a range of colours to match your other LC2 furniture. It is filled with non-combustible foam. The frame is made of tempered steel and finished with non-protruding screws and bolts so as not to detract from the sleek image.

Additional Information

SKU 804
Height 45 cm
Width 53 cm
Depth 53 cm

About the Designer

Charles Le C.

Charles Le C.

Accredited as one of the pioneers of what is now called modern architecture, Charles Le Corbusier was born in Switzerland in 1887. His influence as an architect, designer, urbanist and writer cannot be underestimated, touching and affecting numerous nations worldwide across Europe, America and Asia.

Dedicated to providing better living conditions for the residents of crowded cities, Le Corbusier applied such ideology to furniture design. He was obsessed with creating pieces that truly take human shape, form and behaviour into consideration, recognising the deep relationship between proportion and harmony. This ideology and an application of architectural genius are both evident within Le Corbusier’s furniture.

Awarded the prestigious Frank P. Brown Medal and AIA Gold Medal in 1961, a celebration of Le Corbusier’s work is best summed up by his portrait featuring on the 10 Swiss francs banknote. His work is visible and showcased on an international scale, with the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo and the Museum and Gallery of Art in India actually designed by this forefather of Modernism.