Le Corbusier Two Seater Sofa

Inspired by Le Corbusier


First designed in the late 1920s, this LCorbusier Double Seater Sofa offers a timeless look that will never go out of style. Its tubular frame and clean lines is simple yet modern. The mix of leather and steel provides an industrial look that’s perfect for contemporary decor. Stylish and functional, this Le Corbusier sofa spares no expense on comfort.

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Product Dimensions

W130 cm x D73 cm x H67 cm

Seat Height

43 cm


36 kg


W132 cm x D72 cm x H71 cm

No. of Cartons



Premium Leather

Base Material

Polished stainless steel

Number of Seats





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3 reviews for Le Corbusier Two Seater Sofa

  1. Carlos L.

    Corbusier sofa is amazing better than expected. Packaged to the hilt. Delivery service good and worth waiting for.

  2. Daniel S.

    Fast delivery and great sofa would shop here again

  3. Anastacia L.

    Great sofa, fantastic price, just what we needed

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Designer Profile
Inspired by Le Corbusier

Celebrated architect, artist and furniture designer, Le Corbusier, first started investing his time in learning to enamel and engrave watch faces with his father at the age of 13. Born in Switzerland, Le Corbusier, went on to design urban areas, replacing traditional designs with his innovative architectural contributions.

At the young age of 18, Le Corbusier built a home for one of his teachers. Quickly afterwards, he relocated to Paris to study under the architect, Auguste Perret, where he learned to work with reinforced steel and concrete. A multi-faceted artist and designer, Corbusier also wrote many books and collaborated with other designers to create innovative furniture. His pieces were heavily inspired by his work with steel and urban design. In 1965, his life ended suddenly while swimming in the Mediterranean Sea. His legacy continues to live on through his many works of art.