LC3 Grand Modele 3 Seat Leather Sofa With Down CushionsClick the Image Above to Check Price and Reviews
LC3 Grand Modele 3 Seat Leather Sofa – Info at a Glance:
Aniline Leather Colors Available: Black, white, cream, dark brown, beige, camel.
Vintage Leather Colors Available: Brown, caramel.
Frame Finishes Available: Chrome steel or black powder-coated steel.
Please note, to provide assurance that your furniture is produced to the highest quality standards, all pieces are custom made. This means that production lead times are fairly extensive – typically 12-16 weeks.
A matching two-seat LC3 Grand Modele Sofa with Down Cushions is also available.
The Le Corbusier group referred to their LC2 and LC3 1928 Collections as “cushion baskets.” The cushion basket was designed as a modernist response to the traditional club chair.
The LC3 Grand Modele Three-Seat Sofa in leather with down cushions reverses the standard sofa and chair structure by having a frame that is externalized.
With resilient and thick pillows resting within the steel frames, the idea behind the cushion basket design was to offer all the comfort of a padded surface while applying the elegant minimalism and industrial rationale of the International Style. The resulting aesthetic of the LC3 Grand Modele Three-Seat Sofa’s simple tubular structure is remarkably relevant to how we live today, almost 90 years later.
Material & Features
Frame structure: highly polished #304-grade tubular stainless steel frame with chrome and black powder-coated finish; nylon webbing (replaceable).
High elasticity dacron-wrapped foam with extra genuine down feather layer.
Medium-firm cushion seat feel (cushion softness customizable).
Top Grain/Aniline Leather upholstery (C.O.M. available).
All the cushions are removable.
All materials are fire-resistant & non-toxic (baby-friendly).
Width: 95.3″ x Depth: 27.6″ x Height: 27.2″
Individual Seat Width: 78.7″ x Depth: 19.7″ x Height: 15.7″
Seat Cushion: Width: 26.8″ x Depth: 20.5″
Armrest Thickness: 8.7″
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