Pierre Jeaneret and Le Corbusier Committe armchairs
Pierre Jeanneret & Le Corbusier were pioneers in modernist architecture and design, and Pierre may have been a little overshadowed by his cousin, as the story says.
On the right hand, the two invented a new aesthetic language that places purpose and order above extravagance — Jeanneret's work supports energetic diagonals & lighter fabrics combined with strong ones like leather.
The Committee Leather Armchair is the perfect example of the duo's successful designs. Its structure is made of white wood covered with leather, and refurbished according to the Assembly’s color code. Armrests are in original leather and the base is in massive teak.
Earlier this year, we had an exclusive interview with Patrick Seguin, the founder of the Galerie Patrick Seguin & one of the greatest names of the 20th century design world.
"The Gallery specializes in the works of Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret, Le Corbusier, and Jean Royère. Restoring the rightful place in History to these iconic designers in the history of 20th-century architecture and design requires time and dedication," said Patrick.
Buy a pair of the green leathered Committee Armchairs for something between $20,000–30,000 USD, at Wright20.
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