For Le Corbusier, the chromatic aspects of his buildings and design objects were as important as their layout and shape. Fascinated by the balanced colours of nature, Le Corbusier created the so-called “Polychromie architecturale”, based upon a planned artistic selection of pigments.
Taking inspiration from the many buildings designed by Le Corbusier and his use of exposed concrete, this collection includes two neutral porcelain surfaces which can be perfectly combined with the 12 colours of the “Polychromie Architecturale”.
“Colour is an incredibly effective triggering tool. Colour is a factor of our existence.” – Le Corbusier