LC14 Tabouret by Cassina - Designed by Le Corbusier
LC14 Tabouret stool Cabanon Designed in 1952 for the Cabanon, a hut built by Le Corbusier on the French Riviera, where alongside the many fixed furnishings, the furniture was all conceived as boxes. This stool is Spartan and yet at the same time sophisticated due to its dovetail joints that highlight the connections between the solid wood surfaces. The oblong hole on each side makes Tabouret very easy to handle.
Material description :
Tabouret Cabanon: made of solid chestnut, natural stain.
Tabouret Maison du Brésil: made of solid oak with natural stain.
Tabouret Nantes Rezé: made in open pore lacquered oak and featured by two colors from the Le Corbusier palette.
Tabouret Cabanon: 43 x 27 x 43 cm
Tabouret Maison du Brésil: 43 x 25 x 33 cm
Tabouret Nantes Rezé: 43 x 27 x 33 cm
Delivery time :
2-4 days in this finishing
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