Cassina Indochine 528 Swivel Chair
Cassina's INDOCHINE 528 swivel chair was designed by Charlotte Perriand in 1943. The tubular steel chair LC7, which Perriand had developed in 1927 in Le Corbusier's studio, served as a model. When the designer went to Asia for a longer period of time at the end of the 1930s, she became more involved with natural materials and adapted the design to the local conditions. She took up the concept of the LC7 chair and created the INDOCHINE 528 swivel chair, an all-wood version that appears more sensual and organic than its predecessor.
The Cassina INDOCHINE 528 swivel chair has a four-legged frame that is optionally available in black stained ash or natural walnut. The seat and armrest are upholstered and covered in leather.
If you are interested in a variant other than the one shown here, please request an individual offer from our service team. You can find the current cover colours on the Cassina homepage..
|brown, natural, black
|Please note that the colors may be different on your display device from the original colors.
|Size (h x w x d) in cm
|71 x 61 x 56
|Seat height in cm