Le Corbusier used a profile from the aircraft industry for the substructure of the table. The floating top and oval tube set the furniture apart from most common constructions at tables. The previous owners acquired the table in the early 1970s in Zurich. This is a version of Cassina, with wood panel in ash.
CONFERENCE TABLE - LC 6 - LE CORBUSIER - CASSINA - ITALY - 1928
Conference Table LC6
Design 1928, Production around 1970
H 70 cm, W 225 cm, D 85 cm
Oval steel tube painted, ash veneered and lacquered top
With slight contemporary signs of wear