Providing the utmost comfort, this luxurious armchair from the 1920s remains contemporary and an established icon of modern interior style more than 80 years on. With a robust frame in polished chrome-plated steel, supporting four unconnected cushions, upholstered in a range of Italian leather from Cassina, this striking armchair is perfectly adaptable to any environment.
A true design classic, the Cassina 3 Fauteuil Grand Confort Armchair was previously known as the LC3 and is ideally utilised within an office or home as the perfect place to take the weight off of your feet and relax.
Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret produced some of the most iconic designs of the modernist age. First coming together in the 1920s, the three would work together until the Second World War saw the group disbanded.
Perriand’s name is one that is synonymous with some of the key industrial designs of the 20th Century, while the historical legacy of Le Corbusier’s work is of undisputed importance. Le Corbusier, together with his cousin Pierre Jeanneret and Perriand presented new concepts of furniture at the Salon d'Automne in Paris in 1929. That collection of iconic furniture has not dated in the slightest, and still fits perfectly with the modern home today.