COMPLEXBOOST and SANTASSÉ Host Pierre Jeanneret Furniture Exhibition

Seeing the sale of over 40 iconic pieces.

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Japan‘s COMPLEXBOOST is holding a Pierre Jeanneret pop-up until the end of the week. Curated by Tassei Onuki of SANTASSÉ and WESTOVERALLS, the exhibition will see over 40 pieces (available for purchase) of celebrated furniture by the Swiss architect.

Located in Nakameguro, the viewings are appointment only and will see Onuki himself there to walk guests through his collection. Fans of the Chandigarh chair and modern design that are in Japan will not want to miss this. For those that are outside the city, some of the pieces can be seen above.

COMPLEXBOOST
1-15-10 Aibadai, Meguro-ku, 1st Floor
Tokyo

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