This famous piece belongs to the collections presented by the Le Corbusier group in 1928 known as "cushion baskets", and represented a modernist response to the traditional club chair. The great novelty they represented was most evident in their externalized frames. The piece includes thick, sturdy pillows inside the steel frames. This design was made in this way with the main idea that the sofa was comfortable from each of its parts; a tubular structure that supports the soft seats and gives them an aesthetic that's fully compatible with modern styles. Surprisingly, this model is still as valid and current, more than ninety years later.
|STYLE/TYPE||Le Corbusier Sofa|
|GENERAL DIMENSIONS||27"H x 82"W x 29"D|