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A faithful vintage re-edition of the LC/PJ-TAT-14-A blueprint designed by Pierre Jeanneret in 1963. Made in India.
A simple and elegant Le Corbusier/Pierre Jeanerret iteration of the "boomerang" or "dining" table from Chandigarh’s Post Graduate Institute Hospital circa 1963-64. The furniture piece is referenced LC/PJ-TAT-14-A. The large teakwood table has a rectangular top resting on a thick and curved lower angle apron. As well as two pairs of slanted and tapered legs which are connected by V-shaped braces under the top.
That is one of the few pieces of design, Le Corbusier concepted with his cousin for Chandigarh.
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All items are made of teak wood from northern India and, if applicable, of natural cane.
All items can be made in the wood finish of your choice. Browse our wood finishes.
From the date of delivery, you have 30 days to return your item(s). Products should be returned unused, undamaged, and packaged in their original boxes.
The below selection of wood finishes is available for all our furnitures. Upon adding to cart, browse our wood finishes then make your choice.
Other wood finishes might be available upon request.
When Jawaharlal Nehru the first Prime Minister of post-Independence India invited famous French architect Charles-Édouard Jeanneret to design the utopian city of Chandigarh, he..