LC6 CASSINA Le Corbusier, 1928

This table is still today a piece of absolute value, outside of space and time. Here proposed in the classic version with black painted steel base, with the possibility of different top finishes, in addition to the iconic crystal version.

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The basic idea of the LC6 table, presented in 1929 at the Salon D’Automne, lies in the distinction between the supporting element and the supported element, or between the base and the top. The autonomy of the two parts is highlighted by four intermediate supports that act as both level regulators and spacers between the consistency of the support and the slender lines of the top. In particular, the base was designed in 1928 referring to the ovoid profiles used in the aeronautical sector to separate the wings of the biplanes. The current model presents the base in painted steel in the colors of the Le Corbusier palette, with top available in crystal, printed glass, wood, or in the precious finishes in white Carrara marble and black Marquiña marble.

Product Name




Designer and year

Le Corbusier, 1928

Product code

006 2C

Available versions

black base transparent glass top, light blue base top in printed glass, black base black Marquinia marble top, ivory base Carrara marble top


225 cm


85 cm


74 cm

Additional information

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