10 years warranty
One of the reasons you might be shopping with us is that you recognise the superior quality of our pieces. And just as we want our furniture to be the best you can find, we want our promise to you to be equally superior. That’s why, while most furniture manufacturers only offer a 1 year warranty, we offer a 10 year warranty. Please go to https://interioricons.com/pages/terms to read the full warranty policy.
Free 30-day returns
We offer free 30-day returns to customers in the 48 contiguous United States. We created this policy as part of our ongoing effort to provide a hassle-free shopping experience, enabling you to transform your living space into your own personal showroom, and try your favorite design in the comfort of your own home before making a long-term commitment. Please note that not all products are eligible for free returns. To see whether a product is eligible go to the product details section of the product page.
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The Finer Details
First designed by Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, also known as Le Corbusier, in the 1920s, the Grand Modele Three-Person Sofa offers a beautifully balanced mix of fashion and function. Through his works, Le Corbusier sought to bring order to the chaos of the world. The pure shape and plush comfort level of this piece does just that.
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- Product Dimensions: H29.5 in x D29.5 in x W84.2 in
- Product Weight: 132 lbs
- Material: Premium Aniline Italian leather
- SKU: 1232
- Base Material: Polished #304 grade stainless steel
- Seat Height: 15.7 in
- Seat Depth: 20.1 in
- Seat Width: 21-23 in for each cushion
- Frame Construction: The cushions are removable and supported by a web matrix suspended between the steelwork
- Assembly Requirements: None required, it comes fully assembled
- Packaging Dimensions: 61.4 in x 30.3 in x 29.5 in
- No. of Cartons: 1
- Free Return Shipping: No
Introducing a Modern Makeover
Inspired by the classic club chair, Le Corbusier created the tempting, modern form of the Grand Modele Three-Person Sofa. Featuring deep seating and a minimalist, external steel frame, this seat transforms what’s expected of a sofa.
Cloud like comfort
The Grand Modele Three-Person Sofa begs you to make yourself (and a couple friends) comfortable in its plump cushions, which gently cradle you and impart an ethereal experience to any living space. Welcome to heaven on earth.
With its back and armrests at the same height, this unique piece creates more visual space and gives you lots of support all at once. Who said clean lines couldn’t be cozy too?
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Celebrated for his prolific multi-decade career in architecture, art, and furniture design, Le Corbusier is widely known for his many contributions throughout the 20th century. Born in Switzerland in 1887 as Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris, Le Corbusier began investing his time learning to enamel and engrave watch faces at the age of 13; these processes happened to be his father’s specialty.
The designer went on to develop a unique vision for innovation in urban areas, effortlessly replacing traditional designs with revolutionary architectural contributions. He was intent on redefining architecture to meet the needs of city dwellers in the new technological age. In 1923, he eloquently described his drive to facilitate change in the world of design, stating “Modern life demands, and is waiting for, a new kind of plan, both for the house and the city.”
When Le Corbusier was just 18, he built a home for one of his teachers. Not long after, he relocated to Paris to study under pioneering architect, Auguste Perret. Here, Le Corbusier learned to work with reinforced steel and concrete.
Over the next several years, the designer immersed himself in various design practices. In Berlin, he learned everything there was to know about machine design and industrial processes from German architect, Peter Behrens. Later, in 1917, he developed the Purism painting concept alongside French painter, Amédée Ozenfant. He went on to write many books, and he collaborated with fellow designers to create innovative and eye-catching furniture pieces.
Along with his cousin, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier designed stunningly sleek seating solutions in which he utilized tubular steel and natural hide. In addition to his many offerings to urban spaces, Le Corbusier’s contributions include a plethora of interior designs and modern art pieces.
Sadly, the designer’s life ended tragically in 1965 while he was swimming in the Mediterranean Sea. Still, his legacy lives on through his beautifully unique, iconic designs.