If there were a Mount Rushmore of architecture, Le Corbu's countenance would certainly grace it, but in lieu of such a colossus, Italian manufacturer and design company Gigacer has honored the legendary architect by creating a series of tiles based on his theory of color. Le Corbusier LCS Ceramics collection features a series of ceramic tiles that use colors from Le Corbu's Polychromie Architecturale, a guide explicating how colors affect spaces and occupants.
Gigacer's collection features two base tiles, a grey called breton gris and a white called beton blanc, that reflect Le Corbu's frequent use of raw concrete and white lime. The collection then includes 12 hues taken directly from Polychromie Architecturale. These tile patterns come with a glossy finish that fits nicely with the bright, primary colors in the collection.
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Gigacer has Designed Tiles Based on Le Corbu's Color Theory
- By: Joey HaarApr 5, 2017