ChromaPlural: Colors, sizes, possibilities
ChromaPlural opens up new levels of design freedom for architects and planners. The system merges the Chroma and Plural plus ceramic series which have been so successful for many years and expands the range of applications in the form of practically unlimited combination options. Serial variety and flexibility: specially developed for ChromaPlural, the UNICOLOR range of colors comprises 50 co-ordinated colors in decimal and octametric sizes.
Whether glazed or unglazed, earthenware, stoneware or porcelain stoneware – the slim 3 mm joint is equally standard in ChromaPlural as the HT coating which decomposes pollutants and various slip-resistant versions. ChromaPlural is so versatile for both interior and exterior applications: from facades to floors, underground railway stations to spa landscapes.
A color sphere becomes a sphere of possibilities
ChromaPlural was specially developed for complex design requirements. Its conclusive UNICOLOR color system looks far beyond mere imitations of conventional color standards such as RAL or NCS. Ten ranges of colors form a color circle comprising 50 co-ordinated shades. Six color spheres illustrate various color nuances and areas of application. UNICOLOR therefore offers architects and planners an elaborate instrument for color design. The carefully-composed range of colors offered by ChromaPlural permits flowing and harmonious transitions, designs across rooms, and is entirely in the service of architecture. Although form and material are emphasised by the graded UNICOLOR colors, they are not overshadowed.
The six color spheres defined in the UNICOLOR color circle by AGROB BUCHTAL in collaboration with the color expert Peter Zoernack illustrate how UNICOLOR acts and interacts in harmony. Adapted in a contemporary manner, the natural color range is reflected in five ChromaPlural color spheres, each formed by eight colors in graded nuances. The ten neutral tones representing grey values between black and white are also summarised in an additional color sphere. Certified experts at six international architectural and design agencies translated the ChromaPlural color concept and modular system of formats into specific architectural applications. Their designs are indicative of the manifold possibilities displayed by ChromaPlural for individual room concepts as well as for standardised areas of application.