Le Corbusier Cabinet from the Unite d’Habitation

Le Corbusier
Perriand, Charlotte

A cabinet with two sliding doors from the Unité d’Habitation in Marseille (1947-1952). The building was designed by Le Corbusier, who also furnished the building in cooperation with Charlotte Perriand.

The cabinet is made of oak and plywood and had been painted over and we restored it back to its original condition. The wood blocks underneath, however, are not original and are added for functional purposes.

The Unité d’Habitation in Marseille was the first of a new series of housing projects by Le Corbusier, that focused on communal living for all the inhabitants to shop, play, live, and come together in a ‘vertical garden city’.

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  • Price on request
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For nearly two decades, the collection of Bloomberry has been driven by the cultural reference between architecture, art and design.

The quality of our collection is reflected in the sophistication of craftsmanship and the character of the scars of time. Our restoration workshops are built around the same principal and work to the highest degree of craftsmanship.

Bloomberry is housed in a former textile factory and is located near Maastricht, in the south of The Netherlands. Within an hour of Antwerp and Cologne. Within two hours from Amsterdam and four hours from Paris.

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