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LC-LU-06-A

LC-LU-06-A

LC-LU-06-A

LC-LU-06-A

Wall lamp so called “LC III” created by Le Corbusier ca. 1960. Made from metal sheets in blue-grey lacquer. Authentic Mid Century piece made in very limited series of up to 30 pieces.

Price

on request

Dimensions:

420mm(h) x 550mm(w) x 140mm(d)

Material:

Aluminium, steel

 

LC-STOOL

LC-STOOL

LC/BD-STOOL

Authentic stool created by Le Corbusier and B. Doshi in ca. 1953-1954. Seat is made of sold teak with tripod legs made of folded iron rods.

Price

on request

Dimensions:

525mm(h) x 350mm(w) x 350mm(d)

Material:

Teak, iron

LC-LU-02-A

LC-LU-02-A

LC-LU-02-A

Famous “Diabolo” floor lamp designed by Le Corbusier, ca. 1963-1964. It is composed of two back-to-back lights within adjustable arm. It is a very rare design made in series up to 30 pieces.

Price

on request

Dimensions:

2300mm(h) x 515mm(w) x 250mm(d)

Material:

Lacquered aluminium, steel

LC/BD-01-A

LC/BD-01-A

LC/BD-01-A

Authentic Ahmedabad Console Desk created by B. Doshi and Le Corbusier in ca. 1960. Gently restored. It is one of the master pieces done by Le Corbusier. Unique midcentury object made in series less than ten pieces.

Price

on request

Dimensions:

765mm(h) x 1895mm(w) x 710mm(d)

Material:

Solid teak

LC-14

LC-14

LC-14

This is a rare collector item. Originally designed by Le Corbusier in 1959 for the Maison du Brésil in Paris, later used in other projects like for Chandigarh and for his own holiday house „Petit Cabenon“.

Price:

on request

Dimensions:

(H)248mm x 432mm x 330mm

Materials:

Solid teak

LC-ACCUSED CABIN

LC-ACCUSED CABIN

LC-ACCUSED CABIN

Rare and important witness box of the High Court of Chandigarh, 1955

Price:

on request

Dimensions:

1440mm x 1190mm x (H)1170mm

Materials:

Teak massiv and veneer

LC/ PJ-SI-42-A

LC/ PJ-SI-42-A

PJ-SI-42-A

Arm chair, called “Bridge arm chair” too, special version for the Hight Court and the Assembly. Designed by Pierre Jeanneret and Le Corbusier. So it is a very rare and valuable piece.

Preis:

on request

Dimensionen:

720mm x 780mm x (H)750mm

Materials:

Teak massiv, hides

LC/PJ-SI-41-A

LC/PJ-SI-41-A

LC/PJ-SI-41-A

Armchair known as ‘Advocate and Press Chair’ from the High Court in solid teak and green hides, ca. 1955.

Price:

on request

Dimensions:

910mm x 680mm x 650mm

Material:

Solid teak, hides

LC/PJ-SI-41-B

LC/PJ-SI-41-B

LC/PJ-SI-41-B

Sofa known as ‘Advocate and Press Sofa’ from the High Court of Chandigarh ca. 1955.

Price:

on request

Dimensions:

870mm x 1670mm x 620mm

Material:

Solid teak, upholstery

 

LC/PJ-TAT-14-A

LC/PJ-TAT-14-A

PJ-TAT-14-A

Very rare table, known as “Boomerang table”. Thick, square veneered top with straight sides resting on four wide, tapered vertical legs, presented face-on. ca. 1963


The legs are the characteristic element of that table. They have the shape of two crossing bows. In his later work Le Corbusier loved to integrated elements of his philosophy into the shape. There were symbolic elements he started to added, giving his items a much deeper meaning. Le Corbusier has left long time ago the path of pragmatic and functional thinking and was more focusing on the mystical and spiritualistic aspects. So India with its strong spiritual connection was the perfect spot to express his ideas of an eternal truth.


That is one of the few pieces of design Le Corbusier designed for Chandigarh.

Price:

on request

Dimensions:

710mm x 1210mm x 2430mm

Material:

Solid teak, thick teak veneer

Jeanneret Le Corbusier