Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris, known by the nickname of Le Corbusier (1887–1965), is considered the most significant architect of the modern era. Amongst the most influential characters of the History of contemporary architecture and of the 20th Century culture, he is remembered as the master of the Modern Movement. His works still significantly influence both architecture and design. For Le Corbusier, the chromatic aspects of his buildings and design objects were as important as their layout and shape. Fascinated by the balanced colors of nature, Le Corbusier created the so-called “Architectural Polychromy”, based upon a planned artistic selection of pigments.
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.
Ceragres is now proposing a new and exclusive tile line inspired by Le Corbusier's Architectural Polychromy, where key elements of his contemporary architecture have been reinterpreted through five major collections.
Available on special order, exclusively at Ceragres for commercial projects.
LCS1 ET LCS2
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