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Fuelled by our love for design and years of experience in high-end wood manufacturing, we have managed to create a top-quality Pierre Jeanneret design chair for less than half the price of similar quality chairs.
The 'Office or Dining chair' was originally designed in the 1950's by Pierre Jeanneret and its workshops for the Indian City of Chandigarh.
All newly manufactured Pierre Jeanneret design chairs are re-editions. However not all re-editions are created equal. At Object Embassy we take great pride in offering simply the best re-editions in the market.
We just offer one type of chair, in one finish. We don't sell to shops, just directly to you, the design-lover.
By doing so, we can craft top quality re-editions of the iconic Pierre Jeanneret design chair, at an unmatched price point.
Our chairs are handmade with tremendous respect for the 50's designs and with a great eye for quality & detail.
Made from responsibly sourced teak and rattan.
We only work with solid durable teak, just like the 1950's designs prescribed. Teak is resistant to moisture, heat and bugs. By using teak, we're confident our chairs will last for decades.
A basic requirement for any quality Pierre Jeanneret design chair. The chair has original square weaving - each string of rattan is carefully woven by hand into the frame.
Visit our Pop-up Studio
We've opened up a Pop-up Studio where you can see and try our chairs in real life. It's located in high-end design district in Amsterdam South on Willemsparkweg 35.
Due to COVID-19 regulations we're currently only open by appointment.
Object Embassy is honoured with a full-page article in the November issue of Quote magazine. As style journalist Yvo van Regteren Altena puts it; 'Object Embassy has managed to find the perfect balance between quality and price'.
We couldn't agree more.
Our Object Embassy chair is featured on the cover of Jan magazine (March 2020 edition). Dutch TV presenter Leonie ter Braak was interviewed by Jan and captured on the cover in our chair.
Image copyright by Jan Magazine