Armchairs “LC1” model , Black Leather, Circa 1930-1940 | Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret
Period : Circa 1930-1940
Materials : Chromed metal, black leather
Dimensions : 25.6 x 26 x 25 in.
Artist : Charlotte Perriand
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A pair of the famous “LCI” armchairs by Le Corbusier. Black leather, chromed metal structure with pivotable backrest. Embru Editions, circa 1930-1940.
25.6 x 26 x 25 in.
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Charlotte Perriand (1903-1999)
Admitted in 1920 in the Central Union for Decorative Arts, Charlotte Perriand completes her training by attending the architecture classes taught by Maurice Dufrène and by taking her habits in André Lothe’s workshop, and then collaborating with Le Corbusier during 10 years.
Her creations, brilliantly combining tradition and modernity, make a fine synthesis of her experiences and intuitions. Widely recognized for her work, Charlotte Perriand is entrusted with the accommodation of many architecture projects, such as the Japanese ambassador’s house in Paris, the Air France office in London, or ‘Les Arcs’ ski resort in Chambéry, where she each time proved her inspired vision of spatial organization and ability to establish a dialogue with Nature.