• LC14 stool, 1952, Le corbusier, Cassina
  • LC14 stool, 1952, Le corbusier, Cassina
  • LC14 stool, 1952, Le corbusier, Cassina
  • LC14 stool, 1952, Le corbusier, Cassina
  • LC14 stool, 1952, Le corbusier, Cassina
  • LC14 stool, 1952, Le corbusier, Cassina
  • LC14 stool, 1952, Le corbusier, Cassina
  • LC14 stool, 1952, Le corbusier, Cassina
  • LC14 stool, 1952, Le corbusier, Cassina
  • LC14 stool, 1952, Le corbusier, Cassina

LC14 stool, 1952

LC14 stool by Le Corbusier for Cassina.

Le Corbusier solid wood stools designed in 1952, with practical openings on the two main sides to make it easy to handle. There are three models of the stool. The Tabouret stool Cabanon was designed in 1952 for the Cabanon, a hut built by Le Corbusier on the French Riviera, where alongside the many fixed furnishings, the furniture was all conceived as boxes. This stool has openings on each side.

The Tabouret stool Maison du Brésil was designed by Le Corbusier in 1959 for the Maison du Brésil at the Cité International Universitaire de Paris. This stool has openings on either end.

The dovetail joints on each corner are exclusive and highlight the workmanship of the solid wood and exalt its qualities.

Each stool is indelibly marked with the signature of the designer.

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LC14 stool by Le Corbusier for Cassina.

Le Corbusier solid wood stools designed in 1952, with practical openings on the two main sides to make it easy to handle. There are three models of the stool. The Tabouret stool Cabanon was designed in 1952 for the Cabanon, a hut built by Le Corbusier on the French Riviera, where alongside the many fixed furnishings, the furniture was all conceived as boxes. This stool has openings on each side.

The Tabouret stool Maison du Brésil was designed by Le Corbusier in 1959 for the Maison du Brésil at the Cité International Universitaire de Paris. This stool has openings on either end.

The dovetail joints on each corner are exclusive and highlight the workmanship of the solid wood and exalt its qualities.

Each stool is indelibly marked with the signature of the designer.

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Tabouret Maison du Bresil 33w x 25d x 43cmh
Tabouret Cabanon 43w x 27d x 43cmh

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Two versions available: The Tabouret Cabanon is made from solid chestnut and the Tabouret Maison du Bresil is made from solid oak.

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