The LC2 armchair, created in 1928 by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand, is widely regarded as a design classic owing to its minimalistic yet very practical aesthetic.
The complete collection, including the series of armchairs, two- and three-seat sofas, and poufs, is manufactured and signed by Cassina.
The chair's iconic status in the design world is due to its small footprint and its clean, linear lines, which allow for frequent updates in terms of aesthetics. In the year 2020, the armchair was reimagined as an eco-friendly model while still retaining its traditional uniformity and grace.
Each chair still features the Cassina logo on the frame, which is made of chrome- or painted-profiled steel. The armchair's substantial padding sets it apart, and the leather upholstery complements the chrome plating of the frame beautifully.