Cassina Dining Table LC 6 Attr to Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeaneret
LC6 dining table was produced by Cassina and designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeaneret and Charlotte Perriand. The LC6 table was launched at the 1929 Salon d’Automne in Paris. The base design takes its cue from the oval profiles used in aeronautical construction to maintain the distance between the wings of biplanes. The premise for the design comes from what "lies in the distinction between the support and what is supported, in other words, the base and the table top." The table base height is adjustable.
88"w x 33 1/2"d x 27-29"h
made in Italy 1980's
originally designed in 1920's by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeaneret and Charlotte Perriand