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Materials: Chrome-plated steel; full-grain, semi-aniline-dyed black leather; cushion padded with CFC-free polyurethane foam and polyester wadding.
The LC8 Swivel Stool (1928) represents the designer's interest in exploring the structural possibilities of tubular steel and was designed to mirror the (LC7) swivel chair. The LC7 Swivel Chair (1928) evolved from one of a number of experiments, including an attempt to fashion a chair by wrapping inner tubes from tires around a steel frame. As the Le Corbusier group refined such trials, a sensuous solution took form. A round, thickly padded seat rests on top of a curving claw-like base of tubular steel that resolves in a swivel mechanism, giving the seat pad a buoyant look. The result has become one of modernism’s most familiar icons.