LC1 chair by Le Corbusier for Cassina fully signed with serial number etc. This iconic chair was ahead of its time, designed in 1928, often copied, never equaled. The leather on this chair is the gorgeous Russian red leather option.
From the accompanying Cassina brochure:
The reclining back provides continuous comfort and support different working positions. The arms, two solid leather straps, can rotate with a free play around the upper ends of the uprights. In its shape, mobility of the back and the presence of straps, it was inspired by the safari chair used earlier by Le Corbusier in some of his interiors. The modulated, cubic geometry enveloping it and the upright pommels are reminiscent of a bishop's faldstool.
Very good used condition with a few scratches on the leather, tubular steel frame is excellent with minimal imperfections.
23.5" wide, 25.5" deep, 25.75" high, 15" seat height.