Lawn chair Chaise longue with variable inclination, with mat, pillow and elastic supportive belts.
Frame made of chrome-plated steel and oval base laquered black and with rollers covered in rubber in order to maintain the chair stable in the desired inclination.
Size: cm. L60 - W160 - H62/88 (adjustable) Kg 27
Frame tube mm 25x2 - Oval base tube mm 80x20
Mat covered with Black Leather and Pillow covered with Black Leather.
Mat covered with Black and White Natural Pony and Pillow covered with Black Leather.
Mat covered with White, BlackBrown Natural Pony and pillow covered with Black Leather.
Thikness of the leather mm 0,8/1,0
Natural Pony, the picture is only descriptive as the Pony upholstery is natural and so it may vary in its pattern.
For example, a upholstery with Black and White Natural Pony may result more black with white spots or more white with black spots. The same is also true for Black, White and Brown Natural Pony.
Box measures: cm. 161x62x48,5 H.
This product is made with extreme attention to details, resistance of materials and quality of finishes, to build up everytime an unique piece of design. The manifacture is realised by expert artisans who, thanks to their proficiency and experience, are the base of high-quality products, made in Italy.
This product is shipped in wood cage packaging.
Particularly suitable and recommended for contract furnishing of offices, accommodation facilities.
Made in Italy
Charles-Edouard Janneret-Gris “Le Corbusier”
(6 October 1887 – 27 August 1965)
He was a Swiss-French architect, designer, painter, urban planner, writer, and one of the pioneers of what is now called modern architecture.
Founder of the “Congrès Internationaux d’Architecture moderne”, he joined architecture with social needs of the avarage man, revealed himself as a great mind of his time.
At 13 years old, he started attending the “Art Décoratifs” school, where he studied the art of enamelling, and ended up under the attention of “L’Eplattenier”, who became his master.
He continues his studies in art and decoration, with the dream of becoming a painter.
His master invited him also to study architecture and helped him to obtain his first assignment in some local projects.
“Le Corbusier” embarked on several journeys around Central and Southern Europe, that allowed him to learn from the greatest artists such as “Auguste Perret” or “Peter Behrens”.
in 1917 he moved in Paris and started a collaboration with the painter Amédée Ozenfant. It was in this period that the nickname "Le Corbusier" was invented under suggestion of his mentor Ozenfant, who advised him to inspire to his mothers surname, so he chosed his great-grandfathers name “Le Corbusiers”.
Besides being a great architect, his design work completely changed the perspective on furniture and accessories construction.
He embodied a revolutionary in modernity, with his dreams and bravery he realized some works that could only be fantasies in common people minds.
He identified himself to the people, focussing every construction and every idea for the avarage man.
Eclectic, innovator and passionate seeker of all kind of art, Le Corbusier finds his strength in the concept of arts synesthesia, i.e. in architecture integrations, internal design , furniture design and chromatic harmony.
"Charles Le Corbusier" was Not only a rivolutionary in the architecture world but also invented furnitures strongly charcterized by an alternative design, wich full entered in the occidental culture, and are requested to this days.
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