LC2 Petit Modele Lounge Chair (2010s)
Made by Cassina
This is an original LC2 Petit Modele Lounge Chair, designed in 1928 by Le Corbusier and his collaborators, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand. This design is widely considered to be the ultimate triumph of Bauhaus ingenuity, evident in its tubular chromed-steel construction. The aforementioned designers actually referred to these pieces as “household equipment.” This chair was manufactured by Cassina in Italy circa 2010s, and retains its original tags. It came from an office within an Ivy League university and seems as though it was either not put into use or seldom used (explaining the tags).
The price listed includes one LC2 chair. We do have other LC2s in our inventory, please inquire if you should need more than one. The chair has a width of 29.9 inches, depth of 27.6 inches, and height of 26.4 inches. The seat height is 18.9 inches. The frame is properly engraved and serialized. The piece may show some light wear, but remains in excellent condition.