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Revive your interiors with the LC1 UAM Armchair in polished trivalent chrome plated steel and ecru canvas, a design classic by Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret for Cassina.
Originally designed for the 1930 exhibition of L'Union des Artistes Modernes, this timeless modernist design only entered production in 2011. Also known as the Basculant Chair, the chair’s sculptural shape and comfortable arm rests mean it is undoubtedly ahead of its time.
Crafted from a chromed tubular steel frame that supports the leather edged natural canvas sling seat and arm rests, the LC1 UAM Armchair is lightweight and perfectly balanced. The taut back rest and seat offer optimal comfort thanks to the visible tubular steel springs that support it.
With its machine-age materials and lack of ornamentation, the 1928 LC1 UAM Armchair, manufactured by Cassina, is a classic example of the refined functional aesthetic that was embraced by such designers as Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret.
Part of the Cassina I Maestri collection, the LC1 UAM Armchair is a certified original design. Each armchair is marked with the designers’ signatures and the Cassina I Maestri logo, alongside the production number and identity card.
Seat Height: 39cm
- Designed by Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret in 1928
- Part of Cassina’s coveted I Maestri collection
- Contemporary chrome plated steel frame with an ecru hued canvas seat