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LC12 La Roche Table
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LC12 La Roche Table
Designed by Le Corbusier produced by Cassina
Le Corbusier designed his LC12 Table (1925) for Villa La Roche in Paris. The structure, which is a pair of semi-attached houses, was Corbusier’s third commission in Paris and today it houses the Foundation Le Corbusier. The house, which Corbu and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret designed for a Swiss banker and art collector, is a series of small spaces that explode into larger rooms and the experience culminates with a curved two-story gallery. It is an example of what Corbusier referred to as “new” architecture, which he described as “the clever, accurate and magnificent play of volumes assembled with light.” The LC12 Table reflects this, but in a simpler scale. The pedestal is of a minimal width for its vertical shape, and the tabletop has maximum width for its minimal horizontal dimension. Each piece is signed and numbered and, as a product of Cassina’s Masters Collection, is manufactured by Cassina under exclusive worldwide license from the Le Corbusier Foundation. Made in Italy.
  • The user-friendly size of the LC12 makes it easy to fit into any space for use as a desk or dining table.
  • Fits up to four people comfortably.
LC12 La Roche Table #11824
$1,995.00USD $1,695.75USD
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LC12 La Roche Table - Colors #12484
$1,610.00USD $1,368.50USD
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