LC17 by Le Corbusier


LC17 by Le Corbusier - Cassina


LC17 Portemanteau - Coat stand. This coat-rack was originally created by Le Corbusier for the Cabanon, a summer-house on the Cote d’Azur that he designed in 1951 as a birthday present for Yvonne, his wife. This re-issue by Cassina is based on the 1957 version, which had been made for the Unités de Camping, which was next to the Cabanon. In line with the bright colours used for these minimal spaces, keyed on the compact comfort offered by a cruise-ship cabin, the coat-rack too was multihued. The base is made of oak, while the hooks are mushroomshaped, and are placed at varying heights, based on the criteria established in the Modulor.

Product Reference: ACCIME-092


• Material: Wood
• Dimensions (in): W 26.18 x D 0.39 x H 23.62
• Dimensions (cm): W 66.5 x D 1 x H 60
• Handmade In Italy


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• Shipping to United States: $40 (Curbside)
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Lombardy, Italy
Furniture Maker

Founded in Meda by Cesare and Umberto Cassina in 1927, Cassina launched industrial design in Italy during the 50’s by taking a completely new approach which saw a shift from handcraftsmanship to serial production. C…

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