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Scott Howard is pleased to offer a selection of used Cassina products.

The chairs shown on this page are guaranteed to be genuine Cassina originals, which are available from our own UK held stocks.

For more information, please telephone 020 7724 1130 to discuss which models are currently in stock and to discuss the options available.

Le Corbusier LC2 Sofa

The Le Corbusier LC2 Sofa range, designed by Le Corbusier in 1929, comprises of leather cushions, supported by a chrome steel tube frame. The Le Corbusier sofa is probably one of the most iconic seating designs of the twentieth century. The item for sale is a single seat version in black leather. A new version of this sofa would cost £5000.

Used Price for this model £

  Cassina Le Corbusier LC2 sofa

Le Corbusier Chaise LC4

The Le Corbusier LC4 chaise longue, designed in 1929, is widely regarded as the classic casting couch.

The chair that we offer is from 1991 and finished in pony skin in black, brown and white. A new version of this chair costs in excess of £3500.

Used Price for this model £

  Le Corbusier LC4 chaise longue

The Willow Chair

The Willow Chair was designed in 1904 by Charles Rennie Macintosh.

The chair that we offer is from 1991, with a solid wood frame. The finish is black stained ash with a green fabric seat pad. A new version of this chair would cost you £5500.

Used Price for this model £

  Cassina Macintosh Willow Chair

The Hill House 1 Chair

The Hill House 1 Chair was designed in 1903 by Charles Rennie Macintosh and is possibly his most widely recognised furniture design.

The chair that we offer is from 1991, with a solid wood frame. The finish is black stained ash with a very dark green fabric seat pad. A new version of this chair would cost you £1500.

Used Price for this model £

  Cassina Macintosh Hill House 1 chair
All our pre-used Cassina chairs come with the standard Scott Howard Lifetime Guarantee.

Used chairs are bought in "As Seen" condition and only available while stocks last.

For the avoidance of doubt and to ensure that we are completely open and honest with our customers, we would like to make the following points:
  1. Scott Howard was a recognised dealer of Cassina products here in the UK for nearly a decade, until the late 1990s. But we should point out that we are no longer a recognised dealer of new Cassina products.
  2. However we do hold stocks of genuine pre-used Cassina chairs and we are happy to offer these products for sale.
  3. The trade marks LE CORBUSIER and CASSINA are registered trade marks belonging to Cassina S.p.A.
Having made these points, Scott Howard is more than happy to recommend Cassina original products to all of our customers, as the quality of their products is second to none.

Le Corbusier (1887-1965)

Le Corbusier

Swiss born architect, theorist and designer Le Corbusier worked and wrote with a unique vision, energy and clarity that made him one of the most influential figures shaping the international style during the early 1900s. Born Charles Edouard Jeanneret, he rechristened himself Le Corbusier in Paris in 1920, around the time he started his journal L'Esprit Nouveau. An active member of the Parisian art scene and co-founder of the Congrès Internationaux d'Architecture Moderne (CIAM), he championed a minimalist modernism built around the idea of the home as a "machine for living". In 1928 he began creating furnishings for his buildings as part of his collaboration with Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand.

The three created a series of tubular steel furniture that they exhibited at the 1929 Salon d'Automne in Paris and from which emerged some of the most lasting icons of the international style. The furniture, entitled as a group, "Equipment for Living," was designed in rich leather or cowhide upholstery and featured the swivel chair, the armchair and the chaise longue, which Le Corbusier referred to as the "relaxation machine".


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