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Along with Walter Gropius, Mies Van der Rohe, and Theo Van Doesburg, Le Corbusier was the father of Modernism. Born Charles-Edouard Jeanneret in 1887 in Switzerland, Le Corbusier had great interest in the visual arts at an early age. At age 23, he was an active designer and during time in Berlin, met the famed Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe. It was a meeting that would have vast impact on 20th century design. During his career, Le Corbusier spent much of his efforts on designing building and environments for urbanism. His designs called for large blocks of cell-like individual apartments stacked one on top of the other, with plans that included a living room, bedrooms, and kitchen. Around this thought process, he designed entire cities. Le Corbusier's impact on furniture continues to impact current design. He designed several chromed steel tubular designs between 1928 and 1929.
This Le Corbusier table series is one of many of his designs that first exhibited at the Salon D' Automne in 1929. The Le Corbusier table was designed in 1928 for the exhibition as part of the furnishing of the "Equipement interieur d'une habitation; des casiers, des sieges, des tables." Le Corbusier was borne Charles Edouard Jeanneret, and is widely considered the most important Modernist chair designer in France. As a spirited advocate of Modernism, he created a range of chairs that express his ideals with great sophistication.
The Le Corbusier Table is available in many sizes, heights and shapes for numerous applications. The table is constructed of tubular chrome legs and black metal frame with glass top.
Made in Italy.
Dimensions: H 14 1/2" x D 48" x W 48" (1/2" glass)Or H 28" x D 48" x W 48"
Materials: Rectangular table with a glass top, chrome plated steel tube legs and a lacquered steel frame