Cassina – Le Corbusier Chair

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First Impressions: Like a perfect outfit or a smooth-riding car, the Le Corbusier Chair by Cassina makes you look and feel great when you take a seat. Designed by Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, also known as Le Corbusier, this chair compliments any environment. Comfort: The durable leather cushions are firm, but still provide comfort. The chair itself is wide, which may make some feel as though the armrests are very far apart; however, the wideness of the chair ensures that it will fit all body types. Facilities: The short backrest of Le Corbusier makes for good lumbar support, but it feels slightly awkward for your upper back. Despite the short backrest, most of the weight of the chair actually falls in the back, though the rest of the chair is rather light. Le Corbusier is also a gem because of the leather fabric which makes this chair easier to clean than those with just fabric texture. Stains are no worry with this one. Why It Matters: Don’t let its fancy French name dismiss your interest, anyone can look good in this baby. With its sleek look, and comfortable leather cushion, the Le Corbusier Chair by Cassina is the perfect addition to any office or home.

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