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Le Corbusier’s Paint Palettes

21 Mar 2012 by In Architecture, Interior Design

Le Corbusier designed a set of paint colours in 1931 and again in 1959 for Swiss paint company Salubra, which he called his Claviers de Couleurs (Colour Keyboards). The paint swatch palettes incorporated a systematic means of co-ordinating matching colours via moveable pockets and windows. This meant a fool-proof method for creating lovely colour chemes for even the least design savvy client.

The colours themselves are beautiful and unique.

Click on the image below to have a look at an online version of the Colour Keyboards.

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Our principle designer Poppy is a Masters of Architecture graduate from the University of Newcastle, Australia. She graduated in 2013 with First Class Honours, received the Dean's Medal and was awarded the Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter Masters of Architecture Graduate of the Year prize. In 2010, Poppy received the Eric Parker Travelling Scholarship encouraging the research and drawing of architecture.

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