Series of measured drawings of the LC6 Table labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation

The LC6 Table is constructed by optimized steel and glass framework which has now been one of the most popular tables of the 20th century. The LC6 Table was designed by Le Corbusier and his team of designers in 1928. The LC6 Table is the perfect height for both a living room setting or as a conference table.

The LC6 Table has an overall height of either 27.2” or 28.75” (69, 73 cm), width of 88.6” (225 cm), and depth of 33.5” (85 cm).

Details

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Height: 
27.2”, 28.75” | 69, 73 cm
Width:
88.6” | 225 cm
Depth:
33.5” | 85 cm
Length:
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Weight:
249 lb | 113 kg

Seats: 6

Materials:
Glass tabletop; powder-coated tubular steel base
Designer:
Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret
Year:
1928

Properties

Drawings include:
LC6 Table front elevation, side, plan

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