LC4 armchair or chaise longue, with black metal structure to support the curved seat, composed of a tubular steel frame and black leather cushion, which covers the entire structure. Headrest always in leather with a cylindrical shape, hooked to the structure, with rear handle always in tubular steel used to position the seat, making it more for relaxing or reading.
Project from around 1930. by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand for Cassina and produced around 1970s.
Brand stamped on the steel.
Good general conditions.
Measurements in cm 162x59x66h