Cassina LC14 Stool
The LC14 stools, produced by Cassina, were designed by Le Corbusier, one of the most influential architects of the 20th century. Originally they were designed for 'Cabanon', a place Le Corbusier created for himself as some sort of a design experiment. The high quality is made obvious by the dovetail joint at each corner. These proof exquisite craftsmanship.
The LC14 stools are available in two variants. The smaller verison made of oak wood with four openings, and the bigger version made of chestnut wood with six openings.
|Product Group||Stools & Benches|
|Size (h x w x d) in cm||33/43 x 43 x 25/27|
Oak wood stool: 33cm x 43cm x 25cm
Chestnut wood stool: 43cm x 43cm x 27cm