Pierre Jeanneret Dining Armchair/ Solid Original Cherry Wood
Pierre Jeanneret Chandigarh Armchair - The Iconic Mid-Century Modern Decor Design
Condition & Quality
Weight capacity: 350 lbs
Materials: Solid Original Cherry Wood & Hand-Woven Rattan From Indonesia
This piece is in excellent condition, showcasing the high quality of materials and craftsmanship.
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16.5"D x 22.8"W x 31.9"H; Seat Height: 17.1"
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Estimated Delivery Time
This item is expected to arrive within 7 days
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The Pierre Jeanneret Chandigarh Armchair stands as a testament to the timeless and iconic design ethos of Chandigarh's architectural heritage. Crafted during the mid-20th century,
This piece is more than just furniture—it's a piece of history.
Designed by the eminent Swiss architect, Pierre Jeanneret, in collaboration with his cousin Le Corbusier,
the Chandigarh Armchair was part of an extensive project to furnish the newly planned city of Chandigarh, India.
The chair, with its minimalistic lines, teak wood frame, and woven cane seat, embodies the essence of functionality meeting art.
Today, the Chandigarh Armchair is not just a seating solution but a symbol of design excellence, telling a story of a city's birth and the visionary minds behind it.
Experience the blend of history, art, and unparalleled craftsmanship with our Pierre Jeanneret Chandigarh Armchairs. This listing offers an authentic reproduction of the original, ensuring you own a piece of design legacy.
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Design & History
Pierre Jeanneret was a Swiss-born visionary, architect, and furniture designer.
A prominent figure in Modern Architecture and Design
Jeanneret, in collaboration with his cousin Le Corbusier, made significant contributions to the design of the city of Chandigarh, India, establishing a new vocabulary in architecture and urban planning in the mid-20th century.
Among his numerous design achievements, the Chandigarh Armchair stands out as an iconic representation of his craftsmanship and vision.
The Chandigarh Armchair was crafted for the government buildings of the city of Chandigarh in the 1950s and quickly became a symbol of the city's modernist design ethos.
The design of the Chandigarh Armchair embodies functionalism, characterized by its solid wooden frame and ergonomic design.
It beautifully fuses traditional Indian craftsmanship with the modernist principles of the mid-20th century.
The armchair's structure, consisting of a robust wooden frame and a woven cane seat and backrest, ensures durability while offering comfort.
Its design is a testament to simplicity and elegance, characterized by clean lines and a harmonious form.
The timeless nature of the Chandigarh Armchair's design has ensured its continued admiration and relevance in contemporary interiors.
Named after the city it was designed for, the Chandigarh Armchair encapsulates the spirit and essence of a new India, ready to embrace modernism while staying rooted in its rich heritage.
With its pioneering design and a harmonious blend of materials, the Chandigarh Armchair remains a celebrated and influential piece of furniture design from the 20th century.
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