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Le Corbusier

Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, known as Le Corbusier, was born at La Chaux-de-Fonds, in the Swiss Jura, in 1887; he died in France, at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, on the French Côte d’Azur, in 1965. Early in his career his work met with some resistance owing to its alleged «revolutionary» nature and the radical look it acquired from its «purist» experiments; in time , however, it won the recognition it deserved and it is still widely admired. His message is still being assimilated by an ever increasing number of people in the profession, but his far-out avant-garde attitudes should be interpreted with due consideration for the use of rational systems in his planning method, evidenced by extremely simple modules and formes based on the functional logic. «Functionalism tending not so much to an exaltation of the mechanical function at the expense of the symbolic, as to the rejection of symbol that he now considers outmoded and insignificant and the restoration of the pratical function as a symbol of new values». In his activities as town-planner, architect and designer, his method of research continued to develop, at times going to the opposite extremes of a rich plastic idiom. Much the same commitment will be found in the furniture of the Equipement intérieur de l’habitation (tables, chairs, armchairs, sofas) designed for the Salon d’Automne, 1928, with Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand and “Casiers Standard”, system of container units designed for the Pavillon of the Esprit Nouveau, 1925, with Pierre Jeanneret. Cassina reproposes this furniture considered “up-to-date”; its clear and essential “form” is highly adaptable to change in time and in environment, constantly providing new significance.

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APPLIQUE DE MARSEILLE Wall lamp - Nemo

APPLIQUE DE MARSEILLE by Nemo is a wall lamp designed by Le Courbusier for his Paris apartment at Rue Nungesser et Coli.
The lamp will be provided in accordance with the power requirements and cabling standards in force in the country of shipping.
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BORNE BÉTON GRANDE Floor lamp - Nemo

BORNE BÉTON GRANDE by Nemo is a concrete outdoor and indoor floor lamp, conceived for the Unité d’habitation de Marseille and for Bhakra Dam, Sukhna Dam in India in 1952. Each lamp is a handcrafted product: small aesthetic and finishing differences between one lamp and the other make them unique.
The lamp will be provided in accordance with the power requirements and cabling standards in force in the country of shipping.
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LAMPE DE MARSEILLE Wall lamp - Nemo

LAMPE DE MARSEILLE by Nemo, is a wall lamp designed by Le Corbusier .
The lamp will be provided in accordance with the power requirements and cabling standards in force in the country of shipping.
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LC1 OUTDOOR Armchair - Cassina

LC1 OUTDOOR by Cassina is an armchair designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand with structure in polished AISI 304 stainless steel.
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LC1 Armchair - Cassina

LC1 Armchair by Cassina is a sling chair with polished trivalent chrome plated or semigloss black enamel steel frame.
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LC1 UAM Armchair - Cassina

LC1 UAM Armchair by Cassina is an armchair with structure in polished trivalent chrome plated steel
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LC1 VILLA CHURCH Armchair - Cassina

LC1 VILLA CHURCH by Cassina designed in 1928 for the Villa Church à Ville-d’Avray, the seat and backrest were padded to meet the client’s request for maximum comfort.
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LC10-P OUTDOOR Table - Cassina

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LC10-P Low table - Cassina

LC10-P Low table by Cassina is a part of a series of low tables, square and rectangular, with legs in chrome steel and painted frame available in the different colours of Le Corbusier’s original palette.
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LC10-P Table - Cassina

LC10-P Table by Cassina is a part of a series of tables, square and rectangular, with legs in chrome steel and painted frame available in the different colours of Le Corbusier’s original palette.
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LC11-P Table - Cassina

LC11-P Table by Cassina was designed by the authors in two diff erent versions: the first was made for Le Corbusier’s Paris apartment in rue Nungesser-et-Coli, in 1934 and the second one, with a slate top, was designed for the Maison du Jeune Homme in Brussels, in 1935.
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LC12 LA ROCHE Table - Cassina

LC12 LA ROCHE Table by Cassina is a table with top in two dimensions, designed for the La Roche house in 1925.
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LC15 TABLE DE CONFÉRENCE Table - Cassina

LC15 TABLE DE CONFÉRENCE Table by Cassina is a round table with steel lattice base, polished in semigloss grey, green or black colors with top in natural oak, black-stained oak or American walnut.
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LC16 TABLE DE TRAVAIL Storage unit - Cassina

LC16 TABLE DE TRAVAIL Storage unit by Cassina, is a system made up of a mobile storage units surfaced in natural matte coloured oak. The open compartment is equipped with fastened shelves. This system of furniture can be expanded with modular open elements.  
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LC17 PORTEMANTEAU Coat stand - Cassina

LC17 PORTEMANTEAU Coat stand by Cassina. Le Corbusier developed the Portemanteau project for the first time for the Cabanon.
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LC2 2-Seater sofa (chromed structure) - Cassina

LC2 2-Seater sofa (chromed structure) by Cassina is a sofa padded with polyester wadding, with polished chrome frame. Separate cushions upholstered in fabric or leather.
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LC2 2-Seater sofa (painted structure) - Cassina

LC2 2-Seater sofa (painted structure) by Cassina is a sofa padded with polyester wadding, with painted steel frame. Separate cushions upholstered in fabric or leather.
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LC2 3-Seater sofa (chromed structure) - Cassina

LC2 3-Seater sofa (chromed structure) by Cassina is a sofa padded with polyester wadding, with polished chrome frame. Separate cushions upholstered in fabric or leather.
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