Beautiful dining table produced by Cassina. This table is made in the 1980s and has a matted glass top. Of course, the table is marked and numbered by Cassina.
We have two LC6 Tables in stock.
The LC6 Table was designed by Le Corbusier in collaboration with his cousin Pierre Jeanneret and the young designer Charlotte Perriand in 1928 and is today produced according to their original designs by the Italian manufacturer Cassina.
Cassina owns the exclusive rights to the entire series LC and guarantees the originality of all products through the embossing of all frames with their logo, the designers signature and an identification number.
The Cassina LC6 features a steel base in which the steel tubes are rounded in profile as in aviation, and which thus resemble the spacers between the wings of a biplane. This technical finesse, as with the thread via which the height of the table can be changed by up to 5 cm.