Le Cadre Parfait was designed by Le Corbusier in 1950, and was conceived for Heidi Weber, Swiss art collector, for her drawings and graphic works collection. By placing the glass within the frame, he completely changed its traditional proportions. The emerging glass transforms the oak frame into a perfect cubic body, hung on a wall or freely displayed as an object. As a result, the glass and the design appear to be floating. This process was the start of a research dedicated to the standardization of many elements linked to interior fittings. Nemo edits La Cadre Parfait in a solid beech wood structure and matte anodized aluminum details.

Technical drawing

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    2 hanging positions (vertically and horizontally) or free-standing
    Tempered transparent glass. Aluminum anodized bracketsCode/ColorCLC SMT 31 oiled solid beech

Le Corbusier

Le Corbusier’s interest in fine arts from an early age led him to focus on architectural designs made up of lines and geometric colour blocks. For him, painting, sculpture and architecture are not isolated disciplines.


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