Capitol Complex Table

Design Hommage à Pierre Jeanneret

ICONIC AND DIGNIFIED

Originally envisioned to furnish the Legislative Assembly building in Chandigarh, this glass and solid wood table, a tribute to Pierre Jeanneret, is reinterpreted by Cassina thanks to the skilled workmanship of its fine joinery masters in Meda.

PRODUCTION YEAR
2019

 

The inclusion of the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2016 has aroused great interest in Le Corbusier’s Capitol Complex, an extraordinary architectural work created in Chandigarh in 1951 to celebrate the independence of a nation open to modernity. Among the furniture used in the Legislative Assembly building is this large conference 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. In addition to the historic version with teak top and structure, the Cassina re-edition offers two variants in natural and black stained oak and the option of a glass top in different sizes.

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The Capitol Complex Table reflects the author’s deep ties with the area and his resulting preference for designing minimalist shapes made with simple materials. Hence, a table made entirely in solid wood with a base formed by two graphic elements with the characteristic “V” shape.

Frame

Solid oak or Burmese teak wood.

Base

Two solid wood elements in the “cornes entrecroisées” [crossed horns] shape.

Top

Wood or glass.

PRODUCTION YEAR

2019

DESIGN BY
Hommage à Pierre Jeanneret
PRODUCTION YEAR

2019

DESIGN BY
Hommage à Pierre Jeanneret

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