Capitol Complex Dining Table & Chairs
Designed by Hommage à Pierre Jeanneret for Cassina
Made in Italy
Our floor model of Capitol Complex Dining Table & Chairs by Pierre Jeanneret are now on sale and ready for pickup at our Denver showroom. In excellent condition save for some minor scratches on the glass tabletop, this floor model collection features black stained oak and Vienna straw.
- One (1) set available
- Excellent condition
- Shipping not included
- Sold as-is
Pierre Jeanneret, Designer
Born in Geneva in 1896, Pierre Jeanneret was a forward-thinking modernist who spent much of his career working in collaboration with his cousin, Le Corbusier. For over 20 years, they designed architectural spaces and furniture pieces together. One of their largest collaborations—urban planning and architecture for the city of Chandigarh, India.
Capitol Complex Dining Table & Chairs by Pierre Jeanneret is a reissue of the classic conference table and chairs that were designed for the Palace of Assembly at the Chandigarh Capitol Complex designed by architect Le Corbusier in 1951.
Among the furniture used in the Palace of Assembly is this large table. Almost as if to evoke the solemn functions of the place, this model has a base made up of two important and graphic solid wood elements with a characteristic corns entrecroisées shape.
The floor model collection includes a 106″ dining table in black stained oak with a glass top, plus four dining chairs and two dining arm chairs in black stained oak with Vienna straw.
DISPLAY SALE TERMS
- All sales final.
- All display sale items are sold as-is.
- All items are available for immediate pickup.
- To evaluate condition, please visit the Denver showroom or request additional images.
- Studio Como does NOT deliver or coordinate delivery for display sale items, but we will refer you to companies that provide the service.
With the instinct to foretell today what will become a classic tomorrow, Cassina has been designing the future of interiors for over 90 years. Founded by brothers Cesare and Umberto Cassina in 1927, the company is credited with launching industrial design in post-war Italy.