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Revive your interior with the modern style of the LC10 table, originally designed by Le Corbusier in 1929 and adapted by Charlotte Perriand in 1984.
Featuring polished trivalent chrome steel legs and a CR3 steel semigloss enamelled frame, the structure and production of the LC10 was paired back to its bare function for a touch of modern, minimal style. Originally designed and showcased at Salon d’Automne in Paris in 1929, the LC10 table has truly stood the test of time as an icon of minimal design.
With its machine-age materials and lack of ornamentation, the 1928 chromed steel LC10-P coffee table, manufactured by Cassina, is a classic example of the stark style that was embraced by such designers as le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Periand.
- Originally designed by Le Corbusier in 1929
- Features polished trivalent chrome steel legs
- Elegant, modern design classic