Upholstered armchair with steel tubular frame. Chrome plated or lacquered. Seat, back in hide or pony. Armrests in hide leather.
Seat Height: 15"
Arm Height: 23"
Weight: 24 lbs.
In stock in black hide leather and pony.
(1867 - 1965)
Born in la chaux-de-Fonds, Le Corbusier worked under his real name, Charles-Eduard Jeanneret until the early 1920's. A founder member of UAM, Le Corbusier is often portrayed as representing the antithesis of Art Deco (his pavllion was marginalized at the 1925 exhibition), yet his work before 1920 and the influence of the Modernist aesthetic on the development of Art Deco in both Europe and America from the late 1920's make him an important figure in the history of the style.
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