The LC3 Fauteuil Grand Confort Durable Armchair by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand for Cassina implements the logic of modernity separating the supporting metal frame from its padded elements like the architectural relationship between the concrete supporting structure and its buffering elements. The model has been updated in an ecological version that respects both the original design and the environment, which was always a constant source of inspiration for Corbu, Jeanneret, and Perriand.
Thanks to a study carried out by Cassina LAB, the foamed elements have been integrated with eco-compatible polyols, deriving from bio-renewable sources, and a blown fiber, obtained from PET mainly recovered from the sea. The result: more comfortable and eco-friendly cushions.
The tubular frame of the LC3 Fauteuil Grand Confort Durable is in brushed nickel with a semi-opaque finish, a material that stands out for its more sustainable production process. These ecological options are available for all models of the LC3 armchair and sofa.
- Steel rod frame with chrome-plated, brushed nickel, or enamel finish
- Flexible polyurethane foam cushions with eco-friendly polyols derived from bio-renewable sources.
- 100% recycled PET fiber padding with light velvet
- Fabric or leather upholstery
- Corner profiled steel seat frame with chrome-plated, brushed nickel, or lacquered finish and elastic belts
- Black plastic feet
With the instinct to foretell today what will become a classic tomorrow, Cassina has been designing the future of interiors for over 90 years. Founded by brothers Cesare and Umberto Cassina in 1927, the company is credited with launching industrial design in post-war Italy.