Colour Philosophy and the lightness and darkness of colours. Green in branding, and global positive and negative connotations of green. Le Cobusier’s clever use of green at Villa Savoye. Read our latest article for the whole story.
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Colour philosophy is a science – a collection of unwritten rules and guidelines which architects and designers utilise in their practice. The mystery of colour requires elaboration. Le Cobusier was a master of colour and visionary vis-à-vis biophilia. Read our latest article for the whole story.
The 63 colours of Le Corbusier’s Architectural Polychromy are systematically selected from colours rooted in nature, therefore allowing for harmonious combinations and the creation of happy and comfortable interiors.KeyWords: Le Corbusier, Architecture, Architectural Polychromy, Polychromie Architecturale, Les Couleurs Le Corbusier, nature, colour keyboards, 1931 collection Design, Architectural colours, Le Corbusier colour, paint, Architectural Polychromy toolkit, colour atmospheres, modernist, Villa Savoye, UNESCO World Heritage, Chapelle Notre-Dame du Haut, Villa le Lac, 1931 collection, 1959 collectionSoMe: In a global pandemic, where detachment from the outside world and nature is imminent, how do we reconnect with nature in the buildings in which we reside as the new norm? How do we bring the ‘outside in’ for our own health and well-being? The 63 colours of Le Corbusier’s Architectural Polychromy are systematically selected from colours rooted in nature, therefore allowing for harmonious combinations and the creation of happy and comfortable interiors.
The perfect colour palette means combining subjectivity with a logical system. This is exactly what Le Corbusier‘s #polychromiearchitecturale allows, primarily through the use of colour keyboards. Read our latest article for more
Living with colour by Le Corbusier – a prospective interior designer explains exclusively to Les Couleurs Le Corbusier the colour concept of his appartment and how designing with exclusive wall colours was for him.
The world is full of colours – painters are the experts in hereOne critical question to start with: Why would anyone want to become a painter? Why should young men or women even consider better education in this occupational field? To learn more about the profession of painter, we contacted Marco Bommer, Managing Director of Junge-Maler-Graf in Hamburg. We wanted to find first-hand information on how it came about that Junge-Maler-Graf included Le Corbusier paints in their range.
"Just a few years ago, I read “Architectural Polychromy” and I literally fell in love with this theme. What I found more interesting about colours and Le Corbusier is his approach." Lucia Fiorucci is an architect from Italy and writes a personal article about her approach to Architectural Polychromy and the colours of Le Corbusier.
"Every place and every task requires an individual solution - each one as different as our clients themselves". Le Corbusier also knew about the subjective effects of architecture, colour, art and words on individuals. Le Corbusier colours are in the hotel "Adenauerallee" in Hamburg by the architects of Strömer Murphy and Partners from Hamburg - an interview.
Stuttgart – Schlossplatz, the work of Otto Dix, the Porsche or Mercedes-Benz Museum, the television tower and houses 13 - 15 of the Weissenhof Estate by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret. The single-family house No. 13 is based on the concept of "Citrohan Häuser" that Le Corbusier presented in his 1920-1922 studies.
The colour moods of the Architectural Polychromy by Le Corbusier are natural and harmonious. With the Architectural Polychromy by Le Corbusier, design and architecture have a tool for colour design that helps to change or support spatial effects through colours.