LC4 Lounge Chair by Le Corbusier Also known as ‘the resting machine’, the LC4 lounge chair gives you a lot to rest your eyes on. Designed by one of the great pioneers of modern architecture and furniture design, Le Corbusier really nailed the essence of relaxation with this one in 1928. This lounge chair was far beyond its time and still resembles a post modern piece of art, which coincidentally is permanently displayed at the Modern Museum of Art in New York City.
LC7 Armchair – Le Corbusier Le Corbusier was one of the most influential architects of the 20th Century and still managed to pull off some of the greatest furniture designs in history. The LC7 armchair has the perfect proportions for a chair composed of mostly polished chrome frame.