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Buffet with serving hatch from Le Corbusier Firminy "Cité Radieuse", circa 1965.

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This model designed by Le Corbusier (1887-1965) is a kitchen buffet with serving hatch. Le Corbusier chose Pierre Guariche to furbish the Firminy' Housing Unit, one of the 4 "Unités d'habitation" conceived after the Second World War, whose construction began just before Le Corbusier died in 1965.

This beautiful piece is made of mahogany and white lacquered plywood. It was directly sourced from the building in its original condition and shows magnificent patina finish.
Height148 mm (5 3/4")
Width183 mm (7 1/4")
Depth55 mm (2 1/4")
More Information
Year Circa 1965
Medium Mahogany and laminated wood
Country France
Provenance Le Corbusier's Unité d'Habitation, Firminy-Vert
Condition Good - Lighlty used