Steel and Glass LC6 Table

By Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret & Charlotte Perriand

Italy, 1990s
Designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, & Charlotte Perriand for the Salon d'Autumne of 1929, the LC6 table features a mitred black powder-coated steel base on which floats a rectangle of glass. The height of the table base can be adjusted upward by two inches. The result: pure clarity of line and proportion. Manufactured by Cassina, this is a later production from the nineties.

Very good. Wear consistent
with age and use.
Height: 26.88 in (68.28 cm)
Width: 33.13 in (84.16 cm)
Depth: 88.75 in (225.43 cm)
Steel, glass, rubber

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