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PJ-SI-28-A

PJ-SI-28-A

PJ-SI-28-A

1955-1956. Version with floating backseat.


This chair is an iconic piece of design. It is raw in its simplicity. The A-shaped legs are specific for many Chandigarh items. The floating backseat is a special detail, which brings the shape in a surprising balance. It creates a specific lightness.


Its patinated teak gives that objects a strong character, showing all that traces of age and its uniqueness. It is finally a historical piece from an UNESCO World Heritage site, done by the most important architects from the 20th Century. The chair is restored, the cane redone and with a cushion to protect the caning; so it is for daily use.

SHIPMENT

D, I, AT, F, B, NL, UK, DK, LU: 205€
Rest of Europe: 289€

USA, CA: 332usd

CN, HK, JP, MX, AU, NZ: 389usd

Material:

Solid teak, cane

Authenticity:

All wooden parts are authentic, mid-century from Chandigarh. Caning has been redone, cushion is new.


We add a Certificate of Authenticity with a unique ID-number.

Price

on request

PJ-SI-28-B

PJ-SI-28-B

PJ-SI-28-B

Office Chair, 1955, with an incurved back attached to the seat. With straight or diamond pattern caning.

Its expressive A-shaped legs are a specific signature element for Chandigarh items. It has a raw simplicity, embodying and expressing a nonchalance like no other chair.

Each chair looks a bit different and that makes every chair to a unique piece. Some are thinner, lower, wider, darker, with wider or more dense caning, with more traces of use or less. Each chair has its own character and that makes PJ-S-28-A different to all the industrial design.

Price

on request

Dimensions:

510mm x 540mm x 740mm

Material:

Solid teak, cane

office cane chair

Office Cane chair has been designed by Pierre Jeanneret. Together with Le Corbusier. In the 1950es they created a vision of new living, where modernity and tradition came together. The chair is in teak and cane. Very rare on auctions to sell. With cushions sold in New York, Los Angeles and London. The spirit of India and modernity of Europe created a world, where archaic and modernity get an unity. Le Corbusier left soon the project and was looking for new challenges. Pierre Jeanneret continued to live in India and has got professor on the architecture faculty there. There he lived for 15 years, worked on the city and developed a big amount of great design. Seat of chairs as dining chair or as office object. A piece of history. Extraordinary beauty and fitting to tables and desks. Fantastic design and furniture of chairs with a impressive character.
The designer created some beautiful chair designs. They are a recreation of the Chandigarh chairs. Pierre Jeanneret was a Swiss architect. He gained huge fame and success from his work. He worked on many projects across the globe. The Chandigarh project gave him fame in India. He worked with his cousin Le Corbusier for it. They both built beautiful Chandigarh government buildings. They took inspiration from its furniture and recreated it. Their recreation turned out to be fruitful. This recreated authentic office chair from Chandigarh became unique. This Pierre Jeanneret V chair is a rare designer furniture from the 20th century.

The Design

This original Pierre Jeanneret V chair is vintage furniture. The look and feel of the chair make it retro. The retro lovers would love Pierre Jeanneret office cane chair. This chair is now available for sale. A few art galleries have office cane chairs for sale. There are certain art museums that showcase this beautiful chair. All the galleries conduct design auctions for the sale of the chair. Those interested in bidding their prices on office chairs from Chandigarh. This authentic office chair from Chandigarh dates back to 1955. It is 20th century furniture that is durable and reliable.

The original Pierre Jeanneret V chair has innovative components. The composition of the chair is solid teak and cane work. Solid Teak is a uniform element in Jeanneret’s designs. This is because he used lighter materials in his designs. Teak is comparatively light and strong. The features of teak wood make it reliable plywood. It protects the furniture from infestations. Cane is another element used by Jeanneret. Cane is a light material and looks good for beautifying the chair. The Pierre Jeanneret V chair has cane work done on seat and backrest.

The Pierre Jeanneret office cane chair is structurally strong furniture. It looks sturdy and stands strong. This Chandigarh chair has a wooden structure with braided cane work. The original Pierre Jeanneret V chair has two pairs of legs. These legs are compass type and in a V shape. They form a triangle with the floor. Such a triangular arrangement lays a strong foundation in architecture. The thickened circular armrest is good for arm support. The incurved cane work backrest adds comfort to the chair. This chair is ideal for offices. It makes working easy and comfortable.

PJ-SI-26-C

PJ-SI-26-C

PJ-SI-26-C

Very rare so called “Writing chair” created by Pierre Jeanneret ca. 1960. Made from solid teak, with shelf under the seat. Authentic Mid Century piece.

Price

on request

Dimensions:

840mm(h) x 590mm(w) x 650mm(d)

Material:

Solid teak

GR-RED AND BLUE CHAIR

GR-RED AND BLUE CHAIR

GR-RED AND BLUE CHAIR

Iconic “Red and blue Chair”designed by Gerrit Rietveld in 1917 and manufactured by G.A.v.d. Groeneka, De Bilt from Netherlands in 1918/1951.Chair is authentic Mid Century piece. It represents one of the first designs done by the De Stijl art movement.

Chair was originally designed in ca. 1917 but variant painted in color scheme was applied later around 1923. There was a version with primary colors (red, blue, yellow) and version in black. Gerrit Rietweld aimed for simplicity in his design. He designed furniture expected to be mass produced, not just handcrafted.

Some of the first chair productions were made for the «Rietveld Schröder House» in in Utrecht, Netherlands, also designed by Gerrit Rietveld in 1924. The house is one of the best known examples of De Stijl-architecture and it was later converted into museum. Since year 2000, it was listed as UNESCO World Heritage.

Price

on request

Dimensions:

860mm(h) x 660mm x 790mm
34(h) x 26 x 31 inches

Material:

Painted wood, aluminium

 

MB-301

MB-301

MB-301

Rare chair model known as “no. WB 301” designed by Marcel Breuer, ca. 1933-1934.

Price

on request

Dimensions:

750mm(h) x 380mm(w) x 500mm(d)

Material:

Lacquered steel, painted wood

PJ-SI-46-A

PJ-SI-46-A

PJ-SI-46-A

Rare “Office armchair” created by Pierre Jeanneret ca. 1963-1964. Authentic Mid Century piece.

Price

on request

Dimensions:

780mm(h) x 500mm(w) x 570mm(d)

Material:

Solid teak, cane

 

PJ-SI-35-A

PJ-SI-35-A

PJ-SI-35-A

Very rare armless easy chair created by Pierre Jeanneret ca. 1960. Authentic Mid Century piece.

Price

on request

Dimensions:

710mm(h) x 480mm(w) x 750mm(d)

Material:

Solid teak, cane

PJ-SI-25-E

PJ-SI-25-E

PJ-SI-25-E

Rare “Upholstered dinning” chair created by Pierre Jeanneret ca. 1958-1959. Gently restored. All wooden parts are in original condition. Upholstery has been redone. On your request upholstery can be redone as you like.

Price

on request

Dimensions:

830mm(h) x 440mm(w) x 520mm(d)

Material:

Solid teak, black leather

PJ-SI-06-A

PJ-SI-06-A

PJ-SI-06-A

Rare chair created by Pierre Jeanneret ca. 1953-1954. Authentic chair made in a small series up to 10 pieces.

Price

on request

Dimensions:

880mm(h) x 480mm(w) x 520mm(d)

Material:

Teak, painted iron

LC/PJ-SI-44-A

LC/PJ-SI-44-A

LC/PJ-SI-44-A
Price:

on request

Dimensions:

(H)1350mm × 830mm × 830mm

Materials:

Teak, upholstery
LC/PJ-SI-44-S

Jeanneret Le Corbusier