Revive your interiors with the LC4 Villa Church Chaise Longue in grey hairskin and black leather, a design classic by Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret for Cassina.
Originally designed in 1928 for the Villa Church in Ville-d’Avray, the timeless modernist design only entered production in 2012.
Crafted from a chrome tubular steel structure with the seat in grey cowhide sourced from Gascon cattle finished with a contrasting black Extra leather headrest. The C-shaped cradle and enamelled base enables the chaise longue to be adjusted from an almost-upright position to practically horizontal for superior comfort.
With its machine-age materials and lack of ornamentation, the 1928 LC4 Villa Church Chaise Longue, 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 LC4 Villa Church Chaise Longue is a certified original design. Each chaise longue is marked with the designers’ signatures and the Cassina I Maestri logo, alongside the production number and identity card.