LE CORBUSIER - LCS 1
Porcelain stoneware wall/floor tiles
Le Corbusier believed the key aspect in design was the harmony of colours, the effect colour had on man and space.
This explains why his “Architectural Polychromy” is still an important source of inspiration when designing spaces and buildings even today. At the same time, this unique colour system is a guarantee for any project as regards colour and architecture. The “Architectural Polychromy” consists of 63 fascinating shades, divided into two colour collections, one created in 1931 with 43 subdued shades and the other in 1959 with 20 bolder tones. The colours are very natural and can be remarkably combined with each other, becoming a highly respected tool for designers and architects.