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A faithful vintage re-edition of the PJ-SI-29A blueprint designed by Pierre Jeanneret in 1955-56. Made in India.
The Pierre Jeanneret easy chair was coined the “Cane & Teakwood Armchair” by Pierre Jeanneret when it was unveiled in 1955-56. Previously seen in university housing and administrative buildings, this model is also on show at the Swiss National Museum in Zurich and the City Museum in Chandigarh. This version referenced from model PJ-SI-29A features the same sturdy teakwood construction as well as the most crucial elements. Braided caning, ‘V-shaped legs' resting on armrests, and the slightly slanted backrest attached to the seat by supports at the bottom.
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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..