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Pierre Jeanneret 1896-1967 Set of 5 Lounge Chairs Teak and Cane

Pierre Jeanneret 1896-1967 Set of 5 Lounge Chairs Teak and Cane


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Attributed to Pierre Jeanneret 1896-1967, set of five (5) Lounge chairs from Punjab Engineering College, Chandiarh. Fine Teak with cane upholstery and brass hardware,measuring 32” in height x18” width x 23”depth Pierre Jeanneret (22 March 1896 – 4 December 1967) was a Swiss architect who collaborated with his cousin, Charles-Édouard Jeanneret (who assumed the pseudonym Le Corbusier), for about twenty years. Career[edit] In 1922, the Jeanneret cousins set up an architectural practice together. From 1927 to 1937 they worked together with Charlotte Perriand at the Le Corbusier-Pierre Jeanneret studio, rue de Sèvres.[2] In 1929 the trio prepared the “House Fittings” section for the Decorative Artists Exhibition and asked for a group stand, renewing and widening the 1928 avant-garde group idea. This was refused by the Decorative Artists Committee. They resigned and founded the Union of Modern Artists (“Union des artistes modernes”: UAM).[3] The cousins later designed many buildings, including a number of villas and vacation houses,[4] and renovated existing buildings as well.[5] Their working relationship ended when Pierre joined the French Resistance and Le Corbusier worked with the Vichy Government, a collaborationist regime to Nazi Germany. They collaborated once again after the War, on the plan and architecture for the New town of Chandigarh in India. Pierre Jeanneret in conversation with Le Corbusier at the Architect's Office (now Le Corbusier Centre) in Chandigarh Chandigarh[edit] Gandhi Bhawan Pierre Jeanneret House/Museum in Chandigarh Jeanneret, in collaboration with the English husband-wife team of Maxwell Fry and Jane Drew, was responsible for much of Chandigarh's large civic architecture project. His most remarkable contribution has undoubtedly been the designing of the fourteen categories of mass-housings that constitute the living and amenity areas of Chandigarh. Jeanneret, along with Ar. Jugal Kishore Chowdhary, Ar. Bhanu Pratap Mathur and Er. Agya Ram, was responsible for a significant amount of designing for the Panjab University, including the Gandhi
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