Le Corbusier's 3-seater sofa
Le Corbusier's LC2 sofa in a 3-seater model is one of the LC2 seats in a series of furniture that seduces with its cubic and architectural sobriety and sophisticated clarity. The tubular steel frame gives the sofa its immaculate shape. The leather cushions are padded with polyurethane foam and covered with soft leather. Le Corbusier's LC2 3-seater sofa raises each room to a higher level and can be combined with the 2-seater sofa and armchair to form a whole.
The first drawings of the LC2 sofa were published in 1929 by Le Corbusier. They were part of an interior design and were exhibited at the Salon d'Automne in Paris. That same year, the meeting with many consequences took place between Le Corbusier and Josephine Baker.
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