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Integrated InteriorsLe Corbusier brings architecture indoors
Magazine racks that look like sculpture. Elegant chairs you can curl up in.
Minimalist lines for maximum comfort. Modernist masterpieces as practical as they are innovative. In the 1920s, French architect Le Corbusier took his well-proportioned design philosophy and applied it to interiors. The result? Furniture that looks like works of art, but is cozy and suitable for almost any space. So bring Le Corbusier’s harmony into your home, with this collection of innovative yet comfortable furniture.
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