Le Corbusier

Le Corbusier studied architecture in his hometown of La Chaux-de-Fonds at the École d'Art at Charles L'Eplattenier after he finished his apprenticeship as engraver and chaser. He later moved to France, where he exercised great influence on the architecture of the 20th century through his work as a town planner, designer and architectural theorist. In particular, the consistent use of new technical achievements of his time inspired him to implement a new, functional and functional style, which is reflected in his furniture creations.

Among his most famous furniture the LC4 chaise longue and the sofa and armchairs of the LC2 serie are included. The seating furniture of Le Corbusier stand for streamlined design and perfect proportions. They are ideally suited to the need for comfort and ease, but always keep their typical functional character and sheer elegance. According to the same artistic understanding the glass tables series LC10 have been engineered to match.