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Poltrona LC2, de forma perfeitamente cubica, apresenta uma estrutura tubular metalica niquelada e cuscini de piume. O esqueleto interno vem portado ao externo transformando n aparte principal do projeto

Cadeiras e Poltronas Famosas

Mobiliário Moderno. LC2 e LC3 de Le Corbusier. *Linhas simples, retas. *Utilização de materiais como: cromo e aço; couro. *Estrutura Tubulares Metálicas. *Formas geométricas simples.

Modernismo LC2, Le Corbusier Furniture Forma geométrica, aço tubular e couro, estrutura exposta.

Modernismo - Geométrico - Estrutura de aço tubular aparente.

Poltrona LC1, pltrona com as costas giravel, estrutura tambem em tubular metalico cromado. os braços sao de couro preto e o encosto e o acento de pele de vitelo

The Bauhaus, 1919–1933 | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Industrial Designer on Instagram: “Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret's 1928 LC4 Chaise Lounge. One of the first chairs to expose the internal structure and raise tubular steel from industrial product to considered design element. #lecorbusier #charlotteperriand #pierrejeanneret #cassina #furnituredesign #modernist #architecture #industrialdesign #productdesign #sketch #sketchbook #sketchaday #idsketching #design #drawing #art @cassinala @worldofartists @archisketcher”

the pony chaise le corbusier - chair and sofa, structure of tubular metal outside, in collaboration with charlotte perriand

This Sofa LC3 Grand Confort was designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand in 1928. Generally referred to as "cushion basket', It was edited by Cassina in 1965, it is composed of six independent cushions in black leather, padded and belted with a polished chrome tubular structure.

As per Le Corbusier's wishes, Perriand developed three chairs featuring tubular structures made of chrome-plated steel, each with its own function. B301 sling back chair was for conversation. 1928