Designer: Le Corbusier
LC17 PORTEMANTEAU Coat stand by Cassina
A coat stand in oak with matte black back and solid oak knobs in matte white, black, red, green and blue.
Le Corbusier developed the Portemanteau project for the first time for the Cabanon. This re-edition is the 1957 model designed for the Unités de Camping. In harmony with the many colours of these minimal spaces, which feature all the commodities of a cruise cabin, even the coat rack is coloured. Elements in solid oak resembling mushrooms in matte white, black, red, green and blue are placed at different heights, based upon Modulor visual measures, on an oak panel in matte black.
Dimensions [ cm ]: L 67 x P 7 x H 60