The LC10 low table was designed by Le Corbusier in 1928. The LC10 low table rectangular table is an elegant piece which complements the other models in the Le Corbusier collection.
- Polished chrome steel legs and steel frame
- Height: 13" / 33cm
- Length: 27.6" / 70.1cm
- Tables and low tables, square and rectangular in shape, with polished chrome steel legs and steel frame enamelled in glossy basalt, grey, light blue, green, bordeaux and ochre or mat black. Clear or textured glass top, thickness 15 mm.
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Established in 1927 in Italy, Cassina has worked side by side with the world’s best designers, becoming a pioneer in European design. Their furniture is inspired by industrial design. In 1964, Cassina took over production of the licensed works of Le Corbusier and his collaborators. It continues to hold the exclusive worldwide license from the Le Corbusier Foundation. Known for excellent quality, Cassina has been convincing design lovers with its unique creations for over 80 years!
Cassina LC10 Square Low Table Designed by:
- Jeanneret & Perriand , 1985
Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand
Pierre Jeanneret, Switzerland, 1896 - 1967 / Charlotte Perriand, France,1903 - 1999
Born in Paris in 1903, Charlotte Perriand designed furniture made of anodized aluminum and chromium-plated steel, showing it at the 1927 Salon d’Automne in Paris. Charlotte Perriand, Swiss-born Pierre Jeanneret and his cousin, Le Corbusier, collaborated on many projects until 1937. Charlotte Perriand had a paramount share in designing much of the furniture the collective produced during those years. The revolutionary tubular steel furnishings designed by the three were presented at the 1929, Salon d’Automne, where they were widely acclaimed. These functional pieces include the Chaise Lounge B306, (later known as the LC4 Chaise Lounge). In 1928 the three designed Grand Confort B302 (which later became the LC3), a comfortable armchair with thick upholstery.
In 1937 Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret collaborated on designing a mountain chalet of sheet aluminum and later they came up with plans for prefab houses made of aluminum. In 1940 Charlotte Perriand became a design consultant to the Japanese Board of Trade. She lived in Japan until 1946 and from then on Charlotte Perriand’s designs reveal overtones of the Japanese feeling for form. In the late 1970s Charlotte Perriand was in charge of issuing a new edition of furniture for Cassina.
In the early fifties Le Corbusier and Jeanneret set out for an urban planning project in Chandigarh, India, designing and producing low cost buildings for the community. Le Corbusier left the project mid-way and Jeanneret became the chief architect and urban planning designer. He stayed in Chandigarh for fifteen years and the city evolved into a landmark of modern architecture.