Charlotte Perriand Swivel Chair

LC7 Siège tournant, fauteuil small swivel armchair by Charlotte Perriand for Cassina Pro

Dezeen Showroom: Italian furniture brand Cassina has reissued the late French architect Charlotte Perriand's iconic 1927 swivel armchair, LC7 Siège tournant, fauteuil.

LC7 Siège tournant, fauteuil is part of Cassina's Pro collection, which brings together the brand's most iconic pieces designed for the workplace and hospitality sector, as well as being integrated in the Collection Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand.

Originally designed in 1927, Perriand created LC7 Siège tournant, fauteuil for her Paris apartment in the city's Place Saint-Sulpice, a public square. Perriand was known for her commitment to designing products in the interest of functionality.

A photograph of two chairs with black steel legs
Perriand originally designed the chair in 1927

The swivel armchair is built to be versatile, with a design that is suitable for a range of environments including restaurants and offices.

Cassina has reissued Perriand's iconic chair with a five-leg configuration made of tubular steel.

A photograph of a chair with legs made of tubular steel
This version has five legs

LC7 Siège tournant, fauteuil features a distinctive backrest and seat cushion padded with polyurethane foam and polyester wadding.

The swivel armchair comes in a fabric or leather coating, and is finished in polished chrome or painted in either grey, mud, light blue, green, ivory, brown or a colour called LC black.

Product: LC7 Siège tournant, fauteuil small swivel armchair
Designer: Charlotte Perriand
Brand: Cassina
Contact: [email protected]

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The 1927 swivel armchair
The 1927 swivel armchair