LC6 Table


The Cassina LC6 table in the design of Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand is a height-adjustable dining table or conference table. The core idea of this table (as with other furniture designs for the 1929 Salon d’Automne) was to differentiate between the supporting base and the slab to be supported. This Designer Table has a matt black enamelled steel base. The base has four support points with steel threaded shanks, which allow the LC6 table a height adjustment of up to 50 mm.

In 1929, Le Corbusier and his team of designers presented a revolutionary furniture collection at the Salon d’Autumne in Paris that astounded the city. Among the pieces was the ethereal but courageous LC6 Table (1928), a mathematically refined structure of steel and glass that developed into one of the most important international style tables of the 20th century. The design of the table frame goes back to 1928, among other things oval profiles from aviation were used for this purpose, which originally served as spacers for the wings of the double-deckers. The version presented at the 1929 Salon d’Automne had a pink printed glass tabletop and a green base; later Charlotte Perriand designed a model with a blue tabletop and an ivory frame, among other versions. The base, made of aviation steel, is seamlessly welded, with shaped angles and smooth mitred corners. The table top is a 0.6 inch thick rectangle of Italian glass, so that the LC6 can be used both as a dining table and in the conference room. Together, the elements create a sense of line, scale and proportion that is unsurpassed by other designs. Each piece is signed, numbered and manufactured as Cassina furniture the Cassina Masters Collection by Cassina under exclusive worldwide license of Le Corbusier Foundation. Made in Italy, of course.

LC6 Table

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