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Le Corbusier LC2 Armchair

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Le Corbusier's iconic Armchair, re-imagined in the world's favorite brick.

The famous 1928 piece is accurately scaled to 1/6 reproduction, coming in at just under 130 mm high.

Originally designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, the LC3 Armchair marks the end of Le Corbusier’s use of ready-made furniture.

Featuring two armrests, luxurious black leather upholstery and a polished trivalent chrome-plated steel tube frame, the elegant chair is composed of four deep cushions for optimal comfort.

Suitable for builders young and old over 8 years of age, a great addition to any desktop.

Also, the perfect accompaniment to the Eames Lounge Chair. :o)

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