Description from twentytwentyone
Part of the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2016 is Le Corbusier’s Capitol Complex, created in Chandigarh in 1951, the architectural icon was designed in celebration of the independence of India.
Among the furniture used in the Legislative Assembly building is this iconic chair, an hommage to Pierre Jeanneret. The seating pieces constructed of solid wood feature side bars in an inverted “V” shape supporting the frame. The use of a woven backrest and seat, stretched across a wooden frame and uses of teak, are commonplace in the local area.
Materials : Chair in Vienna straw seat and back, frame in natural teak, natural oak or oak stained black. Cushion available with band and is available upholstered a range of fabrics selected by from the following collections: