Teak table



Dining table in solid teak and teak veneer known as "Dining table". Veneered, lacquered rectangular top resting on a thick, slightly curved apron and two pairs of slanted, tapered legs, connected by two V-shaped crosspieces under the table.

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.

Circa 1960-61.


  • Height: 29.9 in / 76 cm.
  • Length: 59.8 in / 152 cm.
  • Width: 28.7 in / 73 cm. (+/-).

Provenance: University Healthcare Center in Chandigarh, sector 14.

Photo ref.: "Catalogue Leclere"   Sale on 03/11/2011 in Marseille, page 19, lot no. 29.

Photo ref.: Similar model in "Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret l'Aventure Indienne" by Eric Touchaleaume and Gérald Moreau, page 583 under reference: PJ-TA-01-B version in a smaller size.

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