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When the LC4 was first introduced some fourscore years ago at the Paris Autumn Salon, reactions were divided. The machine-like construction with frame and lowly in harden contradicted all former beauty conventions, and met so much incomprehension and rejection. However amongst those designers and critics who recognized the revolutionist possible of the chaise lounge, Le Corbusier's lounger was met with statewide enthusiasm. The chaise lounge was part of a collection of avant-garde drapery developed for the Paris Autumn Salon by the designers Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand and which today occupies a significant event in the narrative of design of early modernism, for all the LC4 chaise longue. Since the 1960s the Italian manufacturer Cassina has produced the LC4 along with the other furniture of the LC-series , and is the accredited producer of the original Le Corbusier recliner. LC4 chaise longue and LC3 sofa byLe CorbusierDesignerBecause Le Corbusier's controversial views not only fundamentally influenced the development of modernness, but can also be found in the design of the LC4, the architect is today often referred to as alone author of the chaise lounge. Le Corbusier was born Charles Edouard Jeanneret-Gris in 1887 in the Swiss village of La Chaux-de-Fonds, and found his way to plan via first painting and subsequently architecture. After ponder architecture, a longer support in Paris and study tours throughout Europe, in 1922 Le Corbusier divulge the message "A contemporary city for three million inhabitants," in which he first expounded his thoroughgoing, purist position. In 1928 Le Corbusier incorporated these views in the LC4 chaise lounge and the other bedding designs he developed together with Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret for the Paris Autumn Salon. After the Second World War Le Corbusier returned to work in his Paris office, deepened his theories of urban planning and net buildings in Europe, the USA and India. Among the most prominent examples are the chapel in Ronchamp and the much-criticized "Unité d'Habitation", which was realized in France and Berlin. Le Corbusier died in 1965 in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin in Monaco.Le Corbusier's visionary ideas significantly character early 20th hundred architecture and culture. Le Corbusier chaise lounge LC4 with black hide coversProductionThe Le Corbusier LC4 is produced by Milan based supplies manufacturer Cassina. Also known under the name "Rest Machine" the Le Corbusier LC4 comprises a matt black lacquered steel base, a chromium plated, fully adjustable cause and a lounger available either with black leather or hide covers. The neck roll the chaise couch LC4 is made in Cimmerian leather. As one of Milan's oldest contemporary furniture makers Cassina have specialised in the processing of tall quality materials such as leather and wood in production processes which combine traditional craftsmanship with technological innovation. For example, all leather for the Cassina LC4 is checked by hand ahead of its processing to ensure immaculate quality. Following this quality control the dissemble are scanned, and from these scans a computer intend the best cutting pattern so that the defects are not included in the production leather. Furthermore, throughout the production outgrowth each LC4 chaise lounge extend a bar digest so that it can be checked and controlled at every stage. Thus Cassina betroth that every single piece maintains the consistent rank customers rightly en of the LC4 chaise rest.Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret – Designers of the LC furnitureHistorical ContextIn Le Corbusier one is compare by a schemer and builder who regularly and freely crossed the borders of conceived perceptions and so not only succor open up completely unaccustomed perspectives but also helped define modernism. The LC4 chaise longue express this radical change to modernness perhaps better than any other join of its tense. The entire Le Corbusier furniture collection is produced today by Cassina congregation today under umbrella term "LC" and stroll from the LC1 armchair to the LC16 coat rack, and was conceived as a apprised alternative to the Art Deco, the diction which at the period dominated interior design. Clarity, modern logic and official reduction were the new priorities in keeping with the Le Corbusier's stated vision of purism, and as such the sketch of the Le Corbusier LC4 chaise longue retire superfluous flourishes and ornamentation. With its combination of geometric tubular steel frame, the ergonomically designed recliner and the organized leather coverings, Le Corbusier's LC4 defines the historic tensions between man and machine - and so also attacks the chimerical idea of a merger of the two.


Le Corbusier chaise lounge LC4 with black hide coversProductionThe Le Corbusier LC4 is produced by Milan based hangings manufacturer Cassina. Also known under the name "Rest Machine" the Le Corbusier LC4 comprises a matt Cimmerian lacquered harden low-minded, a chrome calender, fully adjustable frame and a lounger convenient either with black pigskin or hide covers. The neck inventory the chaise idler LC4 is made in black dogskin. As one of Milan's eldest contemporary furniture makers Cassina have specialised in the processing of high sort materials such as dogskin and wood in production advance which combine traditional workmanship with technological innovation. For example, all leather for the Cassina LC4 is checked by hand ahead of its processing to ensure pure quality. Following this sort control the hides are analyze, and from these scans a computer reckon the optimal cutting pattern so that the failing are not included in the production leather. Furthermore, throughout the production process each LC4 chaise rest carries a obstruct code so that it can be checked and controlled at every scaffold. Thus Cassina ensures that every single piece maintains the consistent temper customers rightly inquire of the LC4 chaise lounge.Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret – Designers of the LC furnitureHistorical ContextIn Le Corbusier one is confronted by a designer and architect who regularly and freely crossed the borders of believe perceptions and so not only helped open up completely new perspectives but also helped define modernism. The LC4 chaise longue show this radical change to modernness perhaps mend than any other piece of its time. The entire Le Corbusier furniture collection is produced now by Cassina group now under umbrella term "LC" and ranges from the LC1 armchair to the LC16 coat rack, and was conceived as a cognizant alternative to the Art Deco, the fashion which at the period dominated inner design. Clarity, logic and functional reduction were the new priorities in keeping with the Le Corbusier's stated vision of purism, and as such the design of the Le Corbusier LC4 chaise longue avoids superfluous flourishes and decoration. With its combination of geometric tubular steel frame, the ergonomically designed recliner and the constitutional chamois coverings, Le Corbusier's LC4 defines the historic tensions between man and machine - and so also attacks the utopian idea of a merger of the two.


When the LC4 was first introduced some eighty years ago at the Paris Autumn Salon, reactions were divided. The machine-like construction with frame and base in steel contradicted all former beauty conventions, and met so much incomprehension and rejection. However amongst those designers and critics who recognized the revolutionary potential of the chaise lounge, Le Corbusier's lounger was met with widespread enthusiasm. The chaise lounge was part of a collection of avant-garde furniture developed for the Paris Autumn Salon by the designers Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand and which today occupies a significant result in the history of design of soon modernism, for all the LC4 chaise longue. Since the 1960s the Italian manufacturer Cassina has produced the LC4 along with the other furniture of the LC-gradation , and is the licensed producer of the original Le Corbusier recliner. LC4 chaise longue and LC3 sofa byLe CorbusierDesignerBecause Le Corbusier's controversial views not only radically influenced the eduction of modernity, but can also be found in the show of the LC4, the architect is today often referred to as sole author of the chaise lounge. Le Corbusier was born Charles Edouard Jeanneret-Gris in 1887 in the Swiss village of La Chaux-de-Fonds, and found his procession to design via first third art and subsequently architecture. After studying construction, a longer stay in Paris and study tours throughout Europe, in 1922 Le Corbusier published the text "A contemporary city for three million inhabitants," in which he first expounded his radical, purist position. In 1928 Le Corbusier incorporated these survey in the LC4 chaise loungeroom and the other furniture designs he developed together with Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret for the Paris Autumn Salon. After the Second World War Le Corbusier returned to work in his Paris office, deepened his theories of urban planning and realized buildings in Europe, the USA and India. Among the most prominent examples are the chapel in Ronchamp and the much-criticized "Unité d'Habitation", which was realized in France and Berlin. Le Corbusier died in 1965 in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin in Monaco.Le Corbusier's visionary ideas significantly influenced early 20th century architecture and culture.


The Le Corbusier LC4 is gain by Milan based furniture manufacturer Cassina. Also known under the name "Rest Machine" the Le Corbusier LC4 comprises a matt black lacquered steel base, a chrome calender, plentifully adjustable frame and a lounger available either with black leather or hide covers. The neck roll the chaise lounge LC4 is made in black leather. As one of Milan's oldest contemporary furniture makers Cassina have specialised in the processing of high quality materials such as pigskin and frantic in production anapophysis which combine traditional craftsmanship with technological neologization. For example, all leather for the Cassina LC4 is checked by hand ahead of its processing to ensure immaculate nature. Following this quality control the hides are scanned, and from these scans a computer expect the optimal cutting pattern so that the defects are not inclosed in the production calf. Furthermore, throughout the production process each LC4 chaise idler carries a bar digest so that it can be checked and controlled at every stage. Thus Cassina ensures that every single piece maintains the consistent quality customers rightly demand of the LC4 chaise lounge.