Teak low chair



Low chair in solid teak, cord and cotton straps. Solid teak structure, can be dismantled and assembled using screws and nuts. "Bridge"-type profiled leg assembly, backrest in cotton cord and seat made of crisscrossing broad cotton straps.

This seat, of which very few copies were made, was among the first created by Pierre JEANNERET upon arriving in Chandigarh. These seats were used personally by him and his colleagues.

Circa 1953-54.


  • Height: 20.7 in / 52,5 cm.
  • Length: 25.6 in / 65 cm.
  • Depth: 24.8 in / 63 cm. (+/-).

Provenance: Private home in Chandigarh.

Reference: Similar examples at the City Museum in Chandigarh and Le Corbusier Center in Chandigarh, sector 19.

Photo ref.: "Catalogue Leclere"   Sale on 02/02/2015 in Marseille, lot 136.

Photo ref.: Similar model in "Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret l'Aventure Indienne" by Eric Touchaleaume and Gérald Moreau, page 280 and page 328 under reference: PJ-SI-08-A.

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