This famous looking chaise lounge was originally designed by Le Corbusier in 1928, & the LC4 is now in the Museum of Modern Art permanent collection. The curved, moveable frame replicates the flexed body & tilts manually along the base (the top lateral rung is rubber covered to support different angles) from upright to supine.
The upholstered black leather seat is cradled by tensioned cords & buckled onto the tubular steel frame which rests on the black metal base. It’s in sound vintage condition, with only a tiny repaired hole at the bottom edge, a bottom buckle strap that is a bit worn & faint storage marks across the leather near the bottom edge. All of which make it more charming and characterful as far as I’m concerned !
Speaking of straps, there are 6 on each side that keep the seat well-positioned. This vintage 1980’s reproduction chair also has proportions similar to the original.