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The modernist take on the traditional club sofa.
The LC2 sofa was created in 1928 by a team led by master architect Le Corbusier. An insight into their thinking can be seen by the name that they gave to its style - “cushion baskets” – and they do indeed consist of several cushions carefully arranged in a stainless steel frame. In addition, Le Corbusier gave the LC2 another description - petit confort - and it is indeed a very comfortable place in which to wile away an hour. Or several. As a modernist take on the traditional club sofa, it is an undeniable design classic.
Pash also offers a matching LC2 chair which forms the perfect companion piece, whether used in home or office. Both are made to the superb standards, featuring fine Italian leather and a highly polished frame.