Colour is a strong and important element in design, architecture and interior design.
However, a beautiful color might not be enough to sell products – with Le Couleurs® Le Corbusier you will have a compelling story to tell and a unique selling point that will set you apart from your competition.
Le Corbusier has synchronized the 63 colours of the Architectural Polychromy perfectly, making them harmoniously combinable throughout. All shades have a spatial function and a well-researched psychological effect.
The potential of colour was taken up anew just at the beginning of the 20th century, functions and tasks of colour design were redefined. Even today, the subject of colour in design and architecture is gaining in popularity and importance. Le Corbusier was one of the few who gave colour an essential function in construction.
Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier Licencor
The Fondation Le Corbusier in Paris has exclusively entrusted Les Couleurs Suisse AG with the worldwide licensing rights for the Le Corbusier colours and has given the mandate to make Le Corbusier's timeless colour palette - the Architectural Polychromy - accessible for outstanding architectural colour design.
Under the authentic brand Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier, Les Couleurs Suisse AG opens the masterful color theory and original colors of Le Corbusier in partnership with international manufacturers of architectural and design products. The licensed and certified Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier manufacturers produce premium products based on the Architectural Polychromy, for outstanding architecture and unparalleled color design.
For convincing colour design - based on the original 63 colours from the Architectural Polychromy Les Couleurs Suisse AG also produces a selection of professional tools (colour fans, colour charts, colour samples as well as colour keyboards and a book on architectural colour design using the Le Corbusier colours).
«Colour in architecture – a means as powerful as the ground plan and section. Or better: polychromy, a component of the ground plan and the section itself.»