LC11-P by Cassina

LC11-P

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Designer Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand
Launched in 1934
Architonic id 1001967

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A dining table with three historical models. The first was created for the Swiss Pavilion at the International University City of Paris, the second for Le Corbusier’s Parisian apartment in rue de Nungesser et Coli in 1934 and the third for the Maison du Jeune Home in Brussels in 1935. Cassina has recreated the second version with a top in Carrara marble and base in light blue cast-iron. The overall effect is of simple elegance and great brightness.
The version already in production with a bright varnished walnut surface is also re-released with a new matt varnish finish which enhances the grain and warmth of the wood.

Dimensions: 220cm x 80cm x H. 72cm


Product group: Tables Conference / Meeting Gastronomy Dining tables Conference tables Restaurant tables with rectangular top with rectangular top with top in solid wood with top in solid wood with top in marble with base in steel with base in steel with disc base with central base with central base with rectangular top with top in solid wood with base in steel with central base
Designer: Pierre Jeanneret Le Corbusier Charlotte Perriand

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