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    LC2 and LC3 Armchair – Le Corbusier History: The LC2 Petit Armchair is the mini-me version of the Grand Comfort Chair designed by Le Corbusier in 1928. The difference between the two are that the LC2 is more compact, and the LC3 has down-wrapped cushions that create a softer look and feel. They both possess highly dense seating and a cube shaped body with a cut out for seating that provides maximum comfort in small spaces where design should never be compromised in the absence of floor space.

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