Sdraie Chaise Lonque LC4 by Le Corbusier, 1928
|Chrome plated tubular steel frame on black enameled base. Mattress and headrest covered with pony.|
|No. Art.:||LC4 702 pony|
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Information to Sdraie Chaise Lonque LC4, 1928 by Le Corbusier
Tubular steel chaise frame in polished chrome. Base in fleet and tubular steel with
black epoxy finish.
Headrest inside with a cotton bag filled with a mix of goose feather and foam.
Upholstery in pony.
Available with base in over tube mm 80 (Bauhaus).
Measurement: L. 56, H. 73, P. 160
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Le Corbusier 1887 - 1965
Architect and artist, born in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. He left school at age 13 to learn the trade of engraving watch faces. Encouraged by a local art teacher he taught himself architecture, travelling throughout Europe to observe architectural styles.
Settling in Paris in 1917, he met Ozenfant, who introduced him to Purism, and with whom he collaborated in writing several articles under his pseudonym (the name of a relative on his father's side). He developed a theory of the interrelation between modern machine forms and architectural techniques, and his first building, based on the technique of the Modulor (a system using units whose proportions were those of the human figure), was the UnitÚ d'habitation (xliving unitx), Marseille (1945-50).
Some of his buildings are raised on stilts or piloti, an innovation he first used in the Swiss Pavilion at the CitÚ Universitaire at Paris. His main interest was large urban projects and city-planning, and although many of his designs were rejected, they influenced other architects throughout the world. Other examples of his work are Chandigarh, the new capital of the Punjab; the Swiss Dormitory in the CitÚ Universitaire in Paris; and the Exposition Pavilion in ZŘrich.