Chaise Longue LC4
Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret,
Chaise longue LC4
Designed in 1928 by the Swiss architect Le Corbusier with the collaboration of Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, the LC4 has become the Chaise Longue in antonomasia. Inspired by Philip Webb’s Victorian Morris Chair, his form was disrupted in order to adapt to the principles of the Modern Movement. Following the golden rule that the shape of a furniture should depend on its function, the LC4 is designed with no armrests and a sinuous seatback, perfect for adapting to the maximum comfort of the back curves.
A relaxing machine inspired by the principles of the Modern Movement