THE ARCHITECTURAL POLYCHROMY OF THE CORBUSIER BY SECRET OF WORKSHOP

26 February 2018

Le Corbusier was undoubtedly one of the most renowned and influential architects of the 20th century. In 1959, the Franco-Swiss artist develops an infinitely combinable palette of colors, the iconic "Polychromie Architectural". In all, 63 shades are available for bold combinations.

The high-end parquet collection of the Compagnie Française du Parquet (CFP), Secret d'Atelier, publishes the first 11, being the only French House for the creation of luxury parquet floors to be able to exploit the finishing qualities, the modernity and the elegance of colors.

Between know-how and innovation, dive into the colorful world of one of the most famous architects in history.

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