This is a high quality reproduction from Bluesuntree.
In 1934, Le Corbusier set out to renovate his Paris flat, and from that endeavour emerged the LC5.F Sofa, a sleek, convertible bench supported by a skeleton of polished chrome-plated steel.
Le Corbusier wanted furniture that reflected developing technology, and with its lightweight form and structural sophistication and simplicity, the LC5.F embodies the industrial advances of the era.
Available in a range of colours in leather or cashmere, the sofa comfortably accommodates three people and transforms into a daybed or a bed by simply flipping the seat back over the chrome frame to enlarge the bench into a sleeping surface.
Supplied Fully Assembled.