The LC4 is one of the most famous designs of the company Le Corbusier.
The design dates from 1929.
The material consists of steel, chrome and leather.
The LC4 is made up of two separate and distinct elements: the base and the seat. The chair, consisting of a tubular chrome-plated steel frame with elastic straps and leather upholstery, can move on the base. The chair is infinitely "adjustable" and the chair is in balance in every position. It can therefore be placed from completely upright to completely at rest.
The LC4 is made under license by Cassina from Italy. They are specialized in manufacturing high-quality design furniture such as the LC4.
To make sure you don't buy a counterfeit LC4, a unique feature is engraved in the frame (see photo).
Three elastic straps have been replaced with similar (non-original) material using the original hooks. (see picture)
The LC4 was bought new in 2002. The skin contains traces of use, but has therefore become full of character.
The LC4 is otherwise in excellent condition.