Are you interested in checking the authenticity of your Le Corbusier Basulant purchase.

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Perhaps you are confused re the proliferation of different Le Corbusier chairs, Le Corbusier love seats, Le Corbusier sofas, and Le  Corbusier tables on the Internet?

Below you will find a detailed description  to make sure that your source is providing you with accurate, high quality, furniture based on the original configurations.

These are the points to examine for to determine if you are getting cheap junk or a museum worthy piece. The Le Corbusier Basculant Chair is an upholstered armchair with a chrome plated tubular frame. Seat, back and armrests components are available in hide or pony. The DWR price on this chair is $ 1,680! We offer the same style chair for only $695.

Our high end model is made of world class cowhide leather and imported from abroad. Often discussed as a “sitting machine” and one of the signature classics of modern design, the Le Corbusier Basculant Armchair (1929) was an integral part Le Corbusier’s full burgeoning of the International Style. Introduced at the Salon d’Automne, the Le Corbusier Basculant Armchair’s emphasis lay in the juxtaposition of new construction techniques, mechanical versatility and precious materials. The beauty and grace of the chromed-steel frame lies in eight simple tubular pieces that are seamlessly welded together and given life by two unexpected arcs connecting the seat to the posterior frame. The visual effect is that of simultaneous weightlessness and solidity. The overall comfort of the chair is exceptional, with a reclining seat and mobile back for constant support. A natural cowhide seat and back with black leather sling arms lend warmth and stylish neutrality to an artfully constructed design of classic luxury. Haired hides are a natural product and no two will be alike. Each hide will have a varying pattern of brown, black and/or white spots. The Italian leather is made in Italy. The frame is also foreign made.
Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris, who chose to be known as Le Corbusier (October 6, 1887 – August 27, 1965), was a Swiss-French architect, designer, urbanist, writer and also painter, who is famous for being one of the pioneers of what now is called Modern architecture or the International Style. He was born in Switzerland, but became a French citizen in his 30s.

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