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'LC14 - Tabouret Cabanon', stool in chestnut wood

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Cassina Tabouret Cabanon - Stool In Chestnut Wood - Lc14  undefined ${masterID} 2
  • Cassina 'LC14 - Tabouret Cabanon', stool in chestnut wood Brown CASS21TAB268BRW
  • Cassina 'LC14 - Tabouret Cabanon', stool in chestnut wood Brown CASS21TAB268BRW
  • Cassina 'LC14 - Tabouret Cabanon', stool in chestnut wood Brown CASS21TAB268BRW
  • Cassina 'LC14 - Tabouret Cabanon', stool in chestnut wood Brown CASS21TAB268BRW
  • Cassina 'LC14 - Tabouret Cabanon', stool in chestnut wood Brown CASS21TAB268BRW
  • Cassina 'LC14 - Tabouret Cabanon', stool in chestnut wood Brown CASS21TAB268BRW
  • Cassina 'LC14 - Tabouret Cabanon', stool in chestnut wood Brown CASS21TAB268BRW
  • Cassina 'LC14 - Tabouret Cabanon', stool in chestnut wood Brown CASS21TAB268BRW
  • Cassina 'LC14 - Tabouret Cabanon', stool in chestnut wood Brown CASS21TAB268BRW
  • Cassina 'LC14 - Tabouret Cabanon', stool in chestnut wood Brown CASS21TAB268BRW
One of a series of items designed by Le Corbusier for his 'Cabanon' getaway on the Côte d'Azur, the 'LC14 - Tabouret Maison du Brésil' stool is a perfect demonstration of the spartan approach the designer took to furnishing the project. Envisioning furniture pieces created to look like boxes, Le Corbusier's stool is at once simple and minimal, as well as masterful thanks to the dovetail joints that highlight the connecting points between the solid chestnut pieces.

FRANKBROS says

One of a series of items designed by Le Corbusier for his 'Cabanon' getaway on the Côte d'Azur, the 'LC14 - Tabouret Maison du Brésil' stool is a perfect demonstration of the spartan approach the designer took to furnishing the project. Envisioning furniture pieces created to look like boxes, Le Corbusier's stool is at once simple and minimal, as well as masterful thanks to the dovetail joints that highlight the connecting points between the solid chestnut pieces.
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FRANKBROS says
One of a series of items designed by Le Corbusier for his 'Cabanon' getaway on the Côte d'Azur, the 'LC14 - Tabouret Maison du Brésil' stool is a perfect demonstration of the spartan approach the designer took to furnishing the project. Envisioning furniture pieces created to look like boxes, Le Corbusier's stool is at once simple and minimal, as well as masterful thanks to the dovetail joints that highlight the connecting points between the solid chestnut pieces.

Technical

Chestnut wood
Width 330mm
Height 430mm
Depth 250mm
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Technical
Chestnut wood
Width 330mm
Height 430mm
Depth 250mm

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