LC10 Square Low Table
- Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand
- Sourced From Italy
Expressing a functionalist aesthetic through its pure form, the LC10 Square Low Table is an icon of early modern design. The table, designed by the trio of influential architects Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand, and Pierre Jeannette, has been reduced to its purest form: a metal frame and a sheet of square glass. The framework features four polished chrome-plated tubular steel legs and a black finished steel horizontal span. Each element is produced separately, ensuring the highest quality finish possible. This dedication to detail has made the nearly 90-year-old design remain current, eschewing passing trends and styles in favor of a rational design that stands the test of time. The LC10 Square Low Table represents a turning point in the history of design and marries form and function with ease.
- Square low table with tempered clear glass top with beveled edges
- An icon of modern design
- Originally designed in 1928
- Reduced to its most essential elements
- Polished chrome-plated steel legs with matte black steel stretchers
- Nickel-plated steel glides.