Inspired by aviation, Le Corbusier and his employees Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand designed the large LC 6 table in 1928. The solid glass top is suspended on 4 rubber plates, which are height-adjustable using large screws. Our model comes from a well-kept private collection and shows hardly any signs of wear. The edges and corners of the plate are flawless.
TABLE - LC 6 - LE CORBUSIER AND PIERRE JEANNERET - CASSINA - ITALY - 1928
Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand
Cassina, Meda near Milan
H 71,5 cm W 225 cm D 85 cm
Oval tubular steel with a matt black textured finish, glass plate with polished edges
good original condition
very few signs of wear. We are showing the famous LC 6 table by Le Corbusier from private ownership, very well cared for and with very few signs of wear. Here the model with a glass top, the corners are rounded and the edges are polished. Purchased 15 years ago in Switzerland, stamped on the crossbar 'Cassina LC 6 No. 20753', see photo.