LC1 Chair by Le Corbusier
The LC1 Chair by Le Corbusier (otherwise known as the Basculant Chair) is available in a variety of colors and in 4 different upholstery materials including top-grain leather, aniline leather, cowhide, and vintage leather.
The chair was designed in 1928 by Le Corbusier (LC). The Le Corbusier LC1 is commonly referred to as the Basculant Chair. Why? It’s because the chair’s back section swivels to provide added comfort. Hence ‘Basculant’.
Understand? No, nor do I, so that makes two of us 🙂 What I do know is that ‘Basculant’ is a French word and in English, it literally translates to ’tilting.’ Anyway, enough of that…
The solid and durable one-piece frame is made of hardened tubular steel with polished chrome plating. The chair’s leather is thick genuine saddle leather and it comes with a beautifully smooth, luxuriant finish.
This is a low-sitting chair with a compact footprint.
This Sling Chair replica is custom-made to ensure that your furniture is produced to the highest quality standards. For this reason, production lead time is rather lengthy and is typically 12-16 weeks.
Material & Features
Frame structure: highly polished #304-grade tubular stainless steel frame with chrome finish; silver welded joints.
Heavy-duty stainless steel screws and springs for back & seat.
Premium Top Grain / Aniline, cowhide leather upholstery (C.O.M available).
All materials are fire-resistant and non-toxic (baby-friendly).
Dye lots may vary slightly
Width: 24″ x Depth: 24″ x Height: 26″
Seat Height: 16″ x Depth: 13″
Armrest Height: 22″