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LC14 TABOURETS Stool - Cassina

Manufacturer: CASSINA
Delivery in 4/6 weeks
LC14 TABOURETS Stool by Cassina is designed in 1952. The inspiration came from a case of whiskey found abandoned on the beach and the result is an essential yet refined stool made with special techniques of craftsmanship of wood.
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  • Castagno tinto naturale
    Castagno tinto naturale
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  • Rovere tinto naturale
    Rovere tinto naturale
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  • Rovere laccato marrone e azzurro
    Rovere laccato marrone e azzurro

Designer: Le Corbusier

 

LC14 TABOURETS Stool by Cassina

LC14 01 Tabouret Cabanon

 
Designed in 1952 for the Cabanon, a hut built by Le Corbusier on the French Riviera, where alongside the many fi xed furnishings, the furniture was all conceived as boxes. This stool is Spartan and yet at the same time sophisticated due to its dovetail joints that highlight the connections between the solid wood surfaces. The oblong hole on each side makes Tabouret very easy to handle. Made in natural-coloured solid chestnut wood.
 
 
LC14 02 Tabouret Maison du Brésil
 
Designed by Le Corbusier in 1959 for the Maison du Brésil at the Cité International Universitaire de Paris. The oblong openings on the two main sides make it easy to move the stool, which can be positioned either horizontally or vertically. The exclusive system of dovetail joints on the corners shows off the precision and skill of Cassina in working solid wood.
 
 
LC14 LC Tabouret Nantes Rezé

This stool/low table was created for the children’s rooms in the Unité d’Habitation in Nantes Rezé. Designed using the poetics of the objet trouvé, dear to Le Corbusier in the latter part of his life, this piece is now available with a number of added details compared to the original in the Cassina collection. Developed after the first design for the Tabouret Cabanon in 1952, whose main face measured 43cm x 43cm, this piece was a precursor to the 43cm x 33cm Tabouret du Brésil, the main difference being that its joints were less complex. The other two versions are characterised by dovetail joints while this version privileges simple right-angles. The different faces, in open-pore varnished oak, is available in two of the Corbusier palette colours: ultramarine blue and brown. The rectangular slots each side, featuring unrounded corners, are used for lifting and moving the stool.

 

 

Available dimensions [ cm ]:

LC14 01 TABOURET CABANON: L 43 x P 27 x H 43

LC14 02 TABOURET MAISON DU BRÉSIL: L 33 x P 25 x H 43

LC14 LC TABOURET NANTES REZÉ: L 33 x P 27 x H 43

 

 

 

LC14 01 TABOURET CABANON

 

LC14 02 TABOURET MAISON DU BRÉSIL

 

LC14 LC TABOURET NANTES REZÉ

Designer: Le Corbusier

 

LC14 TABOURETS Stool by Cassina

LC14 01 Tabouret Cabanon

 
Designed in 1952 for the Cabanon, a hut built by Le Corbusier on the French Riviera, where alongside the many fi xed furnishings, the furniture was all conceived as boxes. This stool is Spartan and yet at the same time sophisticated due to its dovetail joints that highlight the connections between the solid wood surfaces. The oblong hole on each side makes Tabouret very easy to handle. Made in natural-coloured solid chestnut wood.
 
 
LC14 02 Tabouret Maison du Brésil
 
Designed by Le Corbusier in 1959 for the Maison du Brésil at the Cité International Universitaire de Paris. The oblong openings on the two main sides make it easy to move the stool, which can be positioned either horizontally or vertically. The exclusive system of dovetail joints on the corners shows off the precision and skill of Cassina in working solid wood.
 
 
LC14 LC Tabouret Nantes Rezé

This stool/low table was created for the children’s rooms in the Unité d’Habitation in Nantes Rezé. Designed using the poetics of the objet trouvé, dear to Le Corbusier in the latter part of his life, this piece is now available with a number of added details compared to the original in the Cassina collection. Developed after the first design for the Tabouret Cabanon in 1952, whose main face measured 43cm x 43cm, this piece was a precursor to the 43cm x 33cm Tabouret du Brésil, the main difference being that its joints were less complex. The other two versions are characterised by dovetail joints while this version privileges simple right-angles. The different faces, in open-pore varnished oak, is available in two of the Corbusier palette colours: ultramarine blue and brown. The rectangular slots each side, featuring unrounded corners, are used for lifting and moving the stool.

 

 

Available dimensions [ cm ]:

LC14 01 TABOURET CABANON: L 43 x P 27 x H 43

LC14 02 TABOURET MAISON DU BRÉSIL: L 33 x P 25 x H 43

LC14 LC TABOURET NANTES REZÉ: L 33 x P 27 x H 43

 

 

 

LC14 01 TABOURET CABANON

 

LC14 02 TABOURET MAISON DU BRÉSIL

 

LC14 LC TABOURET NANTES REZÉ

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