Spinning 'LC7' model chair with glossy trivalent chrome-plated steel structure (CR3) 4-leg version Backrest and seat cushion padded in polyurethane foam without CFCs and polyester padding Black leather upholstery\nDesigned by Charlotte Perriand in 1927 for her apartment in Place Saint-Sulpice in Paris, this chair was first displayed at the Salon des Artistes Décorateurs in 1928, in the Salle à Manger 28, and then at the Salon d'Automne in 1929, within the collection co-branded by Le Corbusier, P
“Les Arcs”. A set of five chairs with chromed steel tube frame. Seat and back with patinated brown leather with metal nails. Designed 1960's. (5) Charlotte Perriand used this model for the interior decoration of the Les Arcs ski resort in Savoie, France.
Description: Charlotte Perriand; Le Corbusier; Pierre Jeanneret. 'LC 7' armchair and 'LC 8' swivel stool, 1927/28. Easy chair: H. 71.5 x 61 x 56 cm; stool: H. 50 cm, D. 49.5 cm. Made by Cassina, Milan. Tubular steel, painted green, grey leather. Marked: Cassina, LC 7 No. 31224, facsimile signature Le Corbusier. With certificate. Marked: Cassina, LC 8 No. 26739, facsimile signature Le Corbusier.
Description: 'LC 1' armchair, 1928. Charlotte Perriand; Le Corbusier; Pierre Jeanneret. H. 65.5 x 60 x 66.5 cm. Made by Cassina, Milan. Tubular metal, chrome-plated, black leather, metal springs. Marked: Cassina, LC 1 58211, facsimile signature Le Corbusier.
In this elegant wallpaper, the white background is filled with rectangular-like shapes in black and amber with yellow accents. The patterns are created using a picture of Charlotte Perriand's Ventaglio table designed for Cassina. The interesting concept of putting three-dimensionality on a two-dimensional surface is at the core of the Architects series that features wallpapers with no PVC that don't need to be wet to be installed.
This striking wallpaper features red, gray, and yellow with delicate amber-colored accents on a white background. The diagonal bands formed by rectangular and square patterns are obtained using a picture of Charlotte Perriand's bookshelf. By putting on paper three-dimensional objects, design returns to its two-dimensional origin and allows for unique silhouettes and colors to brighten the wall. PVC-free, this wallpaper doesn't need to be wet to be installed.
This striking wall decoration is part of the Architects series that draws inspiration from architecture and strives to transfer three-dimensional forms on to paper. In this case, the dark background is dotted with patterns taken from designs that use Charlotte Perriand's Petalo table created for Cassina. The colorful silhouettes of the table return to their first image of drawings. This wallpaper is PVC-free and doesn't need to be wet to be installed.