The clean lines and functionality of Le Corbusier’s LC10 Table makes it one of the most popular designs from the first half of the 20th century. Le Corbusier’s LC10 embraces the International Style in which he created furniture, buildings and artwork. Designed in 1928, the LC10 Table features sturdy chrome finished steel legs and a glass top. The 48” size is one of the most popular as it can be utilized as a desk, dining table, or an occasional table.
The LC10Table is available in a number of coffee and dining height sizes. Le Corbusier’s collaboration with Charlotte Perriand ensured that through separate manufacturing of the frame, a variety of sizes could easily be formed. This was a lesson surely learned from the earlier furniture pioneer, Michael Thonet.
Made in Italy.
Dimensions: H 28 1/4" x D 30" x W 48" (glass 1/2")
Materials: Rectangular table with a glass top, chrome plated steel tube legs and a lacquered steel frame
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