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Office King chair with seating pad

Srelle crafts exclusive hand-made furniture pieces that were first designed for the Chandigarh masterplan by Pierre Jeanneret. The Srelle collection consists of teak and cane designs from the early 1950s.

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The Jeanneret Chair – Tigmi Trading #jeanneretchair

Commissioned to design the government offices of Chandigarh India in the 1950s, Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret’s collection of teak and cane chairs have become one of the most sought after mid-century modern design pieces in the world. Tigmi are thrilled to be working with skilled artisans from Phantom Hands on re-edition furniture pieces that embody the same level of craftsmanship and honour the design of the originals. Over 70 years ago Pierre Jeanneret was appointed to help his cousin…

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The PJ armchairs are inspired by the famous model designed by Pierre Jeanneret in the mid-50s, the production is 100% Italian. Available in velvet or eco leather.. what’s your favorite? 📹 @restylit_com #restylit
The Pierre Jeanneret design Office chair
Pierre Jeanneret furniture is some of the most sought after in the world - especially his pieces (like this amazing library table) from Chandigarh, India. Check out this comprehensive list of all the bookcases and shelves he designed for this ambitious project. Visit and LEARN!!
Rarement un fauteuil aura eu de telles origines et une telle histoire je crois ! Dans cet épisode, on part avec Pierre Jeanneret (cousin de Le Corbusier) découvrir le fabuleux projet de Chandigarh. On est au début des années 50, l'Inde veut se servir de la vision moderne des architectes français pour entrer eux-aussi dans une nouvelle ère. De la création de cette ville, va naitre une immense collection de mobiliers.