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A place where we gather our favourite items and furnitures, where we enjoy ourselves with friends and family,
where we create new memories  - a place we call home. 

Alongside his career as an international photographer and director, Kalle Gustafsson runs Galerie Maison Premiére in Stockholm. Galerie Maison Premiére is a gallery specialized in Pierre Jeanneret’s original and most iconic furniture pieces from India during the 1950’s. The Galerie Maison Premiére has Scandinavia’s largest collection of Jeanneret’s pieces. In collaboration with Kalle we have the opportunity to sell a few handpicked Jeanneret icons. 


BUFFALO NATION BLANKET
BUFFALO NATION BLANKET
BUFFALO NATION BLANKET
BUFFALO NATION BLANKET
BUFFALO NATION BLANKET

BUFFALO NATION BLANKET

Regular price PRICE 5 950 KER
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DESCRIPTION

Designed by Jim Yellowhawk, Pendleton 

Jim Yellowhawk is an enrolled member of the Itazipco Band of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, with Onodoga/Iroquois heritage through his mother. He graduated from Marion College, Indiana and also studied at Columbus School of Art and Design in Ohio. “Traditional spirituality is woven into my daily life, work, practices and way of being,” Yellowhawk says.

Four buffalos in Red, Yellow, White and Black gather around a medicine wheel, pointing in the sacred Four Directions. The Lakota people depended on Pte, the bison, for food, clothing and shelter, and honored them as “The Buffalo People.”

In this design, Jim Yellowhawk embraces Mitakuye Oyasin (“We are all related”), a Lakota belief that all living creatures are family, and can live in harmony and peace.

Part of our Legendary Collection, this design honors stories and symbols of Native American cultures.

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SIZE
  • 64" x 80"
DETAILS
  • Comes with a Legendary Collection label
  • Napped; fabric is combed for softer, thicker feel
  • Felt binding
  • Pure virgin wool/cotton
  • Fabric woven in our American mills
  • Dry clean
  • Made in USA
PIERRE JEANNERET, STYLE DAYBED
PIERRE JEANNERET, STYLE DAYBED

PIERRE JEANNERET, STYLE DAYBED

DESCRIPTION

Style daybed made by Pierre Jeanneret ca. 1954

This Pierre Jeanneret daybed was a special commission for the city of Chandigarh, India and was produced between 1952 – 1956.

It features a teak frame and upholstery in forest green hide.

"If his famed cousin and longtime colleague Charles-Édouard Jeanneret was the visionary, then Pierre Jeanneret was the member of the architecture and design team who got things done. In recent years, Jeanneret has emerged from Le Corbusier’s shadow, as collectors have discovered his simple and striking furniture creations."

PIERRE JEANNERET, SOFA
PIERRE JEANNERET, SOFA
PIERRE JEANNERET, SOFA
PIERRE JEANNERET, SOFA

PIERRE JEANNERET, SOFA

DESCRIPTION

A 'public bench' made by Pierre Jeanneret ca. 1959


This public bench was made by Jeanneret for an administrative building in Chandigarh. It features a teak frame and upholstery in midnight blue hide.

 


    PIERRE JEANNERET, CROSS EASY ARMCHAIR
    PIERRE JEANNERET, CROSS EASY ARMCHAIR
    PIERRE JEANNERET, CROSS EASY ARMCHAIR

    PIERRE JEANNERET, CROSS EASY ARMCHAIR

    DESCRIPTION

    Cross easy armchair made by Pierre Jeanneret ca. 1960. 

    These cross easy armchairs were created especially for the M.M.A hostel in Chandigarh. A remarkable artifact of modernist history, entirely finished in rich teak wood and black leather.