Dining table in solid teak and black lacquered teak veneer. Thick, veneered rectangular top resting on two pairs of slanted, tapered legs connected by crosspieces at the top.
The black lacquered Chandigarh furniture was designed as a protective measure and for easier cleaning. It was therefore found in cafeterias and university restaurants, as well as medical and hospital centres.
Provenance: Cafeterias at the university halls of residence in Chandigarh, sector 14.
Photo ref.: "Catalogue Leclere" Sale on 03/11/2011 in Marseille, page 16, lot no. 26.
Photo ref.: Similar model in "Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret l'Aventure Indienne" by Eric Touchaleaume and Gérald Moreau. Page 584 under reference: PJ-TA-03-A/B with intermediate size.