A PAIR OF 'TAKE DOWN ARMCHAIRS' BY PIERRE JEANNERET C.1955 ( MODEL PJ-SI-20-A)


A Pair of Handcrafted Take Down Chairs by Pierre Jeanneret with solid teak wood frame and filled with thin caning. 

Pierre Jeanneret was a Swiss architect and furniture designer who collaborated with his cousin, Le Corbusier, on the design and planning of Chandigarh, the capital city of the Indian states of Punjab and Haryana. Jeanneret played a significant role in designing furniture for various government buildings and housing projects in Chandigarh during the 1950s and 1960s.

  • Dimensions: 34"H x 20"W x 20.5"D | SH: 17.75 | AH: 25.75
  • Period: 1955 -60
  • Condition:Very Good Condition. Wear consistent with age. 
  • Materials: Solid Teak, Cane
  • Origin: Chandigarh, India

A PAIR OF 'TAKE DOWN ARMCHAIRS' BY PIERRE JEANNERET C.1955 ( MODEL PJ-SI-20-A)


A Pair of Handcrafted Take Down Chairs by Pierre Jeanneret with solid teak wood frame and filled with thin caning. 

Pierre Jeanneret was a Swiss architect and furniture designer who collaborated with his cousin, Le Corbusier, on the design and planning of Chandigarh, the capital city of the Indian states of Punjab and Haryana. Jeanneret played a significant role in designing furniture for various government buildings and housing projects in Chandigarh during the 1950s and 1960s.

  • Dimensions: 34"H x 20"W x 20.5"D | SH: 17.75 | AH: 25.75
  • Period: 1955 -60
  • Condition:Very Good Condition. Wear consistent with age. 
  • Materials: Solid Teak, Cane
  • Origin: Chandigarh, India