Richard Ginori and Cassina together for a tableware tribute to Le Corbusier


A new project was born between Cassina and Richard Ginori, two excellences with deep roots in the history of design and Italian manufacture, to pay homage to the architect Le Corbusier with the first collection for the table by his signature.


This dinner service was originally created for the Prunier restaurant in London and a special version is now back on the market.

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The history of this collection has ancient roots: in fact on the wall of a private room of the Madame Prunier restaurant she had exhibited the Les Mains tapestry that Le Corbusier had designed in 1951. Then, in 1961, the owner asked Le Corbusier to design a table service for the restaurant with the interlaced hands motif in the lower part of the tapestry.

cassina service prunier le corbusier richard ginori

Today, the Service Prunier is re-edited by Cassina thanks to the collaboration with Richard Ginori, respecting the original project and with great care for authenticity. Also in white porcelain with the hand-applied application of the original Le Corbusier design, the service includes a flat plate, soup plate, dessert plate and coffee cup with plate.

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