Teak table



Pierre JEANNERET. Collapsible work table in solid teak and solid cedar. Slightly tilted rectangular top in cedar, for affixing drawing paper (teak would be too hard). Double "X" type leg assembly connected by four fixed rails, plus one central one removable by two teak keys at the side.

Cedar, a soft, local wood, made it possible to affix plans to the table using tacks or staples, unlike teak, a very dense wood that is too hard for that purpose.

Circa 1960.


  • Max. height: 40 in / 99 cm.
  • Length: 46.1 in / 117 cm.
  • Depth: 29.1 in / 74,5 cm. (+/-).

Provenance: College of Architecture in Chandigarh.

Photo ref.: "Catalogue Leclere"   Sale on 11/12/2010 in Marseille, page 38, lot no. 77. Sold for €5535.

Photo ref.: "Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret l'Aventure Indienne" by Eric Touchaleaume and Gérald Moreau, page 587 under reference: PJ-TA-11-A.

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