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The Le Corbusier LC10 Table series is one of many of his designs that first exhibited at the Salon D' Automne in 1929. The Le Corbusier LC10 Table was designed in 1928 for the exhibition as part of the furnishing of the "Equipement interieur d'une habitation; des casiers, des siges, des tables." The LC10 Table is constructed of tubular chrome legs and black metal frame with glass top.
Le Corbusier’s LC10 embraces the International Style in which he created. Its minimalistic lines and use of steel and glass were revolutionary for 1928 when it was designed. The LC10 table continues to be a popular piece today.
The LC10 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