PIERRE JEANNERET 1896 – 1967
Pierre Jeanneret was a Swiss master architect known for his urban planning, unique furniture, and fruitful, lifelong partnership with his cousin, Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, known as Le Corbusier. Together they put into brick and mortar their ideas of modern living as they designed the city of Chandigarh in India. Their town planning, landscaping, architecture, and furniture became the grounds for them to explore their vision.
Among his chairs he designed for administrative offices was a V-legged teak-and-cane armchair. These chairs have been rediscovered for the simple and minimal, yet profound sculpture they are.
JEANNERET WIDE PLANK EUROPEAN OAK FLOORS
GANDHI BHAVANA, CHANDIGARH
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