by Le Corbusier
The LC3, also known as Le Corbusier Grand Comfort, is a comfortable seated- and looking chair. Le Corbusier wanted to make the frame of the furniture, in the LC series, visible. The LC3-series exists out of a sofa and a armchair. The furnature exists out of a chrome frame with loose, with leather coated, cushions.
In 1929 LC3 was exposed at the Salon d'Automne in Paris, where the design was recieved with open arms. First Thonet had the LC3 in its collection, later it was adopted by Cassina. Nowadays the LC3 is also available in a colourful version. The LC2, or Le Petit Confort Armchair looks the same , but it's a bit smaller.