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  • Cassina - a pioneer in European design

    Cassina introduced European industrial design to the world. In 1964, Cassina took over production of the licensed works of Le Corbusier and his collaborators Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand. 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 90 years! It continues to produce iconic pieces from the history of design.

    The Cassina LC1 Sling Chair, created in 1928 by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand, is a iconic chair that is now included in the design collection of the Museum of Modern Art. These three architects were forerunners of the International Style and designed the LC1 so that it tilts and adjusts as the user shifts from one sitting position to the next for continuous support.

    A lightweight compact sling chair, the LC1 is made of polished trivalent chrome plated or semi gloss black enamel steel frame. The seat and back are available in pony hide, cow hide or saddle leather in a wide range of colours with matching arms. A lightweight compact sling chair, the LC1 is made of polished trivalent chrome plated or semi gloss black enamel steel frame. The seat and back are available in pony hide, cow hide or saddle leather in a wide range of colours with matching arms.

     

    The Cassina LC2 Chair is another timeless classic. Designed in 1928, it is the archetype of the modern chair. The separation of the caged frame from its inner cushions is a concrete affirmation of the chair’s rationalist approach.

     

    lc2_petit_modele_armchair_e The Cassina LC2 is available as an armchair, a two or three-seat sofa with polished trivalent chrome plate or semi gloss grey, light blue, green, brown, mud, ivory or black enamel steel frame. The loose cushions are available in leather or fabric upholstery, in a wide range of options.

     

    The Cassina LC4 Chaise Lounge, designed in 1928, became the definitive chaise lounge. Built in a shape designed for relaxation, the chair was created when the three designers (Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand) decided to put man at the centre of their design, taking the idea that form and function should be at the service of relaxation, creating a perfect balance between its geometric purity and its ergonomic intent.

     

    Available in cow skin with black leather headrest, or a special beige canvas (natural, dark brown or black headrest and footrest). The Cassina LC4 is available in cow skin with black leather headrest, black leather.

    The LC 4 is also available in a special beige canvas (natural, dark brown or black headrest and footrest). The LC4 is also available in a special beige canvas (natural, dark brown or black headrest and footrest).


    The Cassina LC6 Table
    , designed in 1929 by Le Corbusier and his team, was presented at the Salon d'Autumne in Paris. The LC6 Table is a mathematically refined structure of steel and glass.

     

    The table is available with semi gloss grey, light blue, green, mud, ivory or black enameled steel base. The base has four supporting points with steel threaded shanks, permitting height adjustment. The top is available in crystal or textured glass, natural oak, black-stained oak or American walnut and a selection of sizes. The Cassina LC6 Table is available with a semi gloss grey, light blue, green, mud, ivory or black enameled steel base. The base has four supporting points with steel threaded shanks, permitting height adjustment. The top is available in crystal or textured glass, natural oak, black-stained oak or American walnut and a selection of sizes.

    Pair the Cassina LC6 table with the Cassina LC8 Swivel Stool which is a smaller version of the LC7 Swivel Chair, both have frames made entirely from polished stainless steel. Both available in fabric and leather options. Pair the Cassina LC6 table with the Cassina LC8 Swivel Stool which is a smaller version of the LC7 Swivel Chair, both have frames made entirely from polished stainless steel. Both available in fabric and leather options.

     

    Please call the team at GRShop.com or visit the Gabriel Ross showroom for pricing and options for all Cassina products.

    All the models in the Cassina collection, by merit of their artistic content and particular creative character, are protected by copyright, something they take very seriously.

    Support creativity and help protect the history of design and the future of innovation - always buy original and authentic designs.

    Customers in the USA can purchase many of GRShop's products at ModernPlanet.com and receive the same great customer service and free shipping.

  • Cassina celebrates 50 years of the LC Collection, and goes green!

    The year 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the Cassina LC Collection and the death of Le Corbusier, 1887 – 1965, the Swiss-French architect, designer and urban planner.

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    In 1965, Cassina took over production of the licensed works of Le Corbusier and his collaborators, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand. It continues to hold the exclusive worldwide license from the Le Corbusier Foundation.

    Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, the creators of the LC Collection. Le Corbusier (right), Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, the creators of the LC Collection.

     

    The LC4 Chaise Lounge, 1928, is dubbed the "relaxing machine." it is available in a wide range of leathers and cowhides. The LC4 Chaise Lounge, 1928, is dubbed the "relaxing machine." it is available in a wide range of leathers and cowhides.

     

    Le Corbusier, Jeanneret and Perriand were particularly conscious of importance of the environment and nature was often a central theme in their works. Continuing its quest for innovation, Cassina has made a conscientious decision to use a trivalent chromium plating process for the frames of the LC Collection, a safe and considerably less toxic alternative to hexavalent chromium, due to lower chromium concentration levels, less nasty air emissions and consequently less toxic waste.

    The LC2 Petit Modele Armchair, designed in 1928, is available in many leather and fabric options. Call the GRShop web team for help with any questions regarding pricing and options. The LC2 Petit Modele Armchair, designed in 1928, is available in many leather and fabric options. Call the GR Shop web team (1-866-207-1111) for help with any questions regarding pricing and options.

     

    The LC Collection’s of leathers will also become totally organic and a new microfiber fabric, produced without solvent or metal based dyes, which uses 70% less water and generates 35% less CO2 in the production process, will be introduced, considerably reducing the negative impact on the environment.

    The LC6 Table, shown here with the LC8 Swivel Stool, was first presented to the public at the 1929 Salon d'Automne in Paris, along with other pieces of the LC Collection.  The LC6 Table, shown here with the LC8 Swivel Stool, was first presented to the public at the 1929 Salon d'Automne in Paris, along with other pieces of the LC Collection.

     

    Cassina’s commitment to this collection is to develop the LC Collection with product innovation and cultural initiatives, to fight against imitations and to protect the culture of all design for its important historic and cultural heritage.

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    To ensure another 50 years of the best of the best, purchase only authentic Cassina brand products at GR Shop and Gabriel Ross.

    Customers in the USA can purchase many of GRShop's products at ModernPlanet.com and receive the same great customer service and free shipping!

     

     

     

     

  • The Language of Design with Ross Taylor, owner of Gabriel Ross

    When considering an investment of any kind, one evaluates the cost/benefit of the investment and attempts to measure the projected future return on investment. Another measure of value is referred to in economics as "utility"; in that - the higher the amount of utility received, the more valuable the product is to the user. The "utility" that one receives from the product comes from the amount of use that the item provides and the length of time that the item lasts. The valuation process for investing in quality furniture, should be given the same consideration!LeCorbusierLC13

    Original design, quality materials, and a streamlined manufacturing process (whether it be hand-crafted or machined) can increase the value of a furniture piece considerably. Therefore, the cost to produce these pieces may be higher for material and labour, but with minimal opportunity cost on the socioeconomic & environmental side of things.

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    Our very own Ross Taylor, owner of Gabriel Ross discusses the lasting value and long-term benefit of procuring quality furniture for your home. In this "The Language of Design" interview featured on Victoria's new online magazine Modern Home Victoria, you will hear Ross' take on the LCI Sling Chair - designed in 1928 by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand produced by Cassina. Says Ross - “Original design holds its value and in some cases can actually appreciate in value over time. That said, purchasing high quality original design is more of an investment in lifestyle. I have clients who have owned original Womb chairs, Egg chairs and Eames Lounge chairs, in some cases, for more than 50 years. They have not thought about the original expense of those pieces for a very long time.”

    Catch the full video interview here, and check out the rest of the Modern Home Victoria - launched in July 2014 for all things modern in the Greater Victoria area.

    http://www.modernhomevictoria.com/lc1-sling-chair-cassina/ 

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