Teak table



Rectangular conference table known as "Committee table" in solid teak and teak veneer. Crossed legs with a V motif, joined at the bottom by two crosspieces.

Thick veneer top, reinforced by a criss-crossed framework, slotting into the leg block. The V motif was often used in the works of LE CORBUSIER, in furniture as well as the load-bearing structures of the buildings in Chandigarh.

Circa 1963-64.


  • Height: 27.9 in / 71 cm.
  • Length: 95.7 in / 243 cm.
  • Width: 47.6 in / 121 cm. (+/-).

Table few examples made, some of varying sizes.

Provenance: Assembly in Chandigarh, sector 1.

Photo ref.: "Catalogue Leclere" Sale on 03/11/2011 in Marseille, pages 56 and 57, lot no. 70. Sold for €76 830.

Photo ref. : Similar model in "Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Chandigarh, India" by Galerie Patrick Seguin, pages 230, 231, 286.

Photo ref.: Similar model in "Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret l'Aventure Indienne" by Eric Touchaleaume and Gérald Moreau, page 582 under reference: LC/PJ-TAT-14-A.

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