Posts tagged with Architecture

Le Corbusier’s Colour Keyboards

To support the polychrome colour design, Le Corbusier developed the colour keyboards. In an interview we talk with colour expert Dr.Kalthegener.

Subtle harmonies

The Architectural Polychromy in a Viennese private apartment – architectural colour concepts realised with products of our license partners.

The colours of the collective

On Le Corbusier's colour concept in collective building, Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier speaks with the French architect and architecture historian Pascal Mory, as well as Fabian Hörmann, associate at the Zurich architectural office EM2N.

The city as a public living room

The renowned Swiss architecture firm EM2N presents the unique walking exhibition "Together! The new architecture of the community" in the Vitra Design Museum. For the colour design EM2N used Le Corbusier's Architectural Polychromy.

Architectural Colour Composition

We talked with the owners of a new penthouse apartment in southern Germany, who gave us an insight into their colour concept realised with products from the Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier license partners.

Large format ceramic tiles – inspired by Le Corbusier’s 'Maison de la Culture'

The new Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier ceramic tile collection 'Le Corbusier LCS Ceramics' by the prestigious Italian manufacturer GIGACER was launched at the Salone del Mobile 2017.

Maximizing Space – Tomorrow’s Micro-Apartments

An Interview with Dr. Blassy, who creates modular micro-apartments, which are affordable and offer a maximum of living quality, despite the limited space.

LEICHT kitchens at the imm cologne 2017

The architectural kitchen manufacturer LEICHT presents 15 expressive and powerful nuances from Le Corbusier's colour system.

Dauphin Home at the imm cologne 2017

With 12 colours out of Le Corbusiers Architectural Polychromy Dauphin Home brings architectural effects on modular furniture into different areas of life, work and living space.

GIGACER @ Maison&Objet

GIGACER presents "LCS Ceramics", the first collection of large-format ceramic tiles, based on Le Corbusier's Architectural Polychromy.