Originally designed by Le Corbusier in 1959 for Parisian university residence Maison du Brésil, the oak LC14 Tabouret is crafted today by Cassina.
Showcasing a solid oak wood body with a beautiful grain, the tabouret boasts a unique dovetail joint on each corner that highlights the exquisite workmanship of the design.
Perfectly suited to use as a simple stool or seat, the tabouret is finished with practical openings on each side to lend it further functionality.
Celebrated as one of the founding fathers of Brutalism, Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier was also one of the most prolific and diverse designers of the 20th century. Driven by the belief that furniture needed to be functional as well as beautiful, his designs are brilliantly simple and minimalistic.