- Designer : Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret & Charlotte Perriand
- Year of Design : 1928
- Material : Enamelled steel base & clear glass
- H: 69cm - 74cm; Tabletop W: 225cm; Tabletop D: 85cm
- Tabletop depth: 1.5cm: Base W: 160cm; Base D: 70cm
- Delivery: 6 - 8 weeks
The LC6 Dining Table, from Cassina, was designed by Le Corbusier in collaboration with his cousin Pierre Jeanneret and architect Charlotte Perriand. Their creations form the LC Series - a range of furniture classics.
The LC6 was devised in accordance with the ideal proportions calculated to provide functionality and balance for a dining table. A clear distinction is placed on the support and the supported, visible via the sturdy base with ovoid shaped legs and 'floating' glass tabletop.
Four supporting points emerge from the black enamelled base with steel threaded shanks, permitting the height of the top to be adjusted an additional 5cm. This also bestows the LC6 with its characteristic gap between the top and base. The visible supporting elements highlights it practical aspects and evoke a sense of purity.
The LC6 Dining Table is part of the "Cassina Maestri" collection. These are certified original designs, each of which is marked with the signature of the designer and the Cassina Maestri logo, in addition to the production number and identity card.