On the center lane
Le Corbusier designed a table in 1958, intended for both home décor and conferences, with an organic structure that is also rational at the same time. The key to the project is the use of two geometrical figures set one against the other. The circle is a sturdy horizontal tabletop in oak and the cube is made of steel tubes, which form a weave of perpendicular levels with outstanding aesthetic value. The top is available with a natural matte finish. Legs in lacquered steel in the LC colours (gloss grey, gloss green and matte black).
|Table finish||table with glider base|
|Table top shape||circular|