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Chandigarh Tray Collection

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  • Chandigarh Tray Collection

    Designed by Richard Ginori and Le Corbusier

    Made by Cassina

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    $360.00

    39 Available

    Additional quantities available in 18 weeks

    Description

    Cassina in collaboration with Richard Ginori and the Le Corbusier Foundation.

    Cassina takes its inspiration from the genius of Le Corbusier for a collection of three trays in pure, unglazed porcelain. These trays borrow some of the bas-relief symbols chosen for the walls of the buildings of Chandigarh, the city designed in the 1950s and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    The same procedure can be seen in Marseille in the Unité d’Habitation on the sculptures moulées, symbolic designs embedded by Le Corbusier in the concrete – béton brut – taken from his figurative portfolio. Each tray, made by Richard Ginori, includes a design sketched by the Master in 1956: the open hand symbolizing peace (square tray with rounded corners), the fish (round tray), the movement of the sun (rectangular tray).

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    W × D

    15.25 × 7.75 in.

    38.5 × 18 cm.

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    Description

    Cassina in collaboration with Richard Ginori and the Le Corbusier Foundation.

    Cassina takes its inspiration from the genius of Le Corbusier for a collection of three trays in pure, unglazed porcelain. These trays borrow some of the bas-relief symbols chosen for the walls of the buildings of Chandigarh, the city designed in the 1950s and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    The same procedure can be seen in Marseille in the Unité d’Habitation on the sculptures moulées, symbolic designs embedded by Le Corbusier in the concrete – béton brut – taken from his figurative portfolio. Each tray, made by Richard Ginori, includes a design sketched by the Master in 1956: the open hand symbolizing peace (square tray with rounded corners), the fish (round tray), the movement of the sun (rectangular tray).

    Do you have additional questions on this product?

    Inquire with a Design Consultant

    W × D

    13 × 13 in.

    33 × 33 cm.

    Shipping:
    At Luminaire, our items are delivered via UPS Standard Ground Delivery and our fees are based on the general size and weight of the item’s box. FREE SHIPPING on all Luminaire Lighting, in the continental U.S.
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    Returns:
    You have the option to exchange or receive store credit for items purchased at luminaire.com, but please note that this can only be done within 14 days of delivery and some exceptions apply. In order to make a return, the merchandise must be in its original condition and packaging, and you must present the original receipt. Before returning the item, you must obtain prior authorization by contacting online.support@luminaire.com.
    Read Full Return Policy

    Description

    Cassina in collaboration with Richard Ginori and the Le Corbusier Foundation.

    Cassina takes its inspiration from the genius of Le Corbusier for a collection of three trays in pure, unglazed porcelain. These trays borrow some of the bas-relief symbols chosen for the walls of the buildings of Chandigarh, the city designed in the 1950s and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    The same procedure can be seen in Marseille in the Unité d’Habitation on the sculptures moulées, symbolic designs embedded by Le Corbusier in the concrete – béton brut – taken from his figurative portfolio. Each tray, made by Richard Ginori, includes a design sketched by the Master in 1956: the open hand symbolizing peace (square tray with rounded corners), the fish (round tray), the movement of the sun (rectangular tray).

    Do you have additional questions on this product?

    Inquire with a Design Consultant

    Dia

    13.50 in.

    34.5 cm.

    Shipping:
    At Luminaire, our items are delivered via UPS Standard Ground Delivery and our fees are based on the general size and weight of the item’s box. FREE SHIPPING on all Luminaire Lighting, in the continental U.S.
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    Returns:
    You have the option to exchange or receive store credit for items purchased at luminaire.com, but please note that this can only be done within 14 days of delivery and some exceptions apply. In order to make a return, the merchandise must be in its original condition and packaging, and you must present the original receipt. Before returning the item, you must obtain prior authorization by contacting online.support@luminaire.com.
    Read Full Return Policy