LC1 Armchair

by Cassina

An iconic armchair with an unmistakable profile, LC1 combines tubular chromed steel and taught fabric held together with springs

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Product Story

Designed in 1929 by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, the LC1 is one of the most iconic armchairs in the world today. Produced by Cassina, the only authorised producer of Le Corbusier's range of designs, with its simple lines and gently reclining back rest, the profile of this chair is unmistakeable.
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About Your Delivery

A Heal’s Furniture delivery

  • Uses our own specialist two-man crews.
  • Delivered to your room of choice.*
  • Fully assembled and checked by our team.
  • All packaging removed and disposed of responsibly.
  • £69 … but free for orders over £5,000.
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What happens when I order?

  • Many of our items are built to order.
  • Once you've placed your order we place ours.
  • As soon as our suppliers have made it and delivered to us, we contact you directly to offer a suitable delivery date.
  • Deliveries are Mon-Fri but Saturday slots can often be arranged for most of the country.
DELIVERY INFORMATION

Hassle-free returns

  • All online furniture orders can be returned within 14 days of delivery, regardless of reason.
  • Contact us and we will arrange for a crew to come out and collect the furniture.
  • There's no charge if it's faulty, but we do charge for change-of-mind returns.
RETURN INFORMATION

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Designed By Le Corbusier

Born Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris in 1887, Le Corbusier grew up in Switzerland before moving to France in 1930. An architect, designer, painter and thinker, his iconic creations were revolutionary with buildings such as the Unite d'habitation shaping much of the post-war design landscape.