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Natural, harmonious and timeless – these are the characteristics of the colours developed by Le Corbusier for the brand Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier. In their capacity as top-flight architectural colours, they inspired LEICHT to be the first and only kitchen manufacturer to take up select nuances into its portfolio and make them available for individual and authentic kitchen planning. With a selection of restrained and more intense, characterful colours, the company is thus extending the individual leeway in kitchen planning and in the design of a harmonious transition between kitchen and living area.
„The new colours mean a further possibility for individualisation in the planning of homely and open LEICHT kitchens. As our kitchen concepts are all about the harmonious integration of the kitchen within a discerning homely atmosphere, we concentrated on classic, expressive colours in our range, such as, for example, an elegant red ochre,“ says LEICHT CEO and Chairman of the Board, Stefan Waldenmaier, of the extended colour range.
Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier extend the planning spectrum particularly with matt and high gloss lacquered surfaces: „LEICHT has outstanding expertise in the manufacture of glossy lacquered surfaces and can now round off the range with colours and the brand Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier,“ says Waldenmaier, convinced of the company‘s decision. However, to ensure harmonious kitchen planning in terms of colour, Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier will also be used with surrounding materials through to handles and griprails.
Modernity, timeless elegance and a holistic perception of design and architecture shape the brand
LEICHT. No surprise then that the company, which has worked together with internationally acclaimed
architects for many years now, decided to literally show its true colours with Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier
and to stand by its design principles of the classically modern. For Le Corbusier all colour shades were
„eminently architectural“ and should be able to be „combined impressively in any way“. „Rooms are
extended, connected, closed (...) by colours“ said the architect of the room-shaping quality of colour,
which in the form of Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier will give architects and planners an even more effective
design element. „LEICHT is thus closing the gap in the world of colours for the kitchen segment,“ says
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