Compartment Classeur à clapets CC5 / 5 compartments - Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier Ultramarine 59 Design Xavier Pauchard for Tolix

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Designed by Tolix the early '30 for the industry and all public and private, the register tube went through periods and styles to become a classic written in the collective memory.

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When a big-name architecture meets one of the leading furniture manufacturers industrial ... The collection has four new colors Tolix signed Le Corbusier. Architect of the twentieth century, perhaps the most advanced, Le Corbusier, made history with its emblematic buildings and the art of color. He has created a palette of shades of color within the 63 polychrome architecture, used for cité Radieuse of Rezé (Nantes). For Le Corbusier, everyone is attracted to a specific color as a function of his personality. To discover the work of Le Corbusier, Tolix presents Quattre color gradient taken from this palette of colors, in combination with the "Couleurs Suisse", company guarantor of the legacy of Le Corbusier. Vermilion 59, 59 ultramarine blue, bright yellow and gray 59: bright colors and pop the matte finish that is perfectly suited to the style of vintage furniture Tolix. Designed by Tolix 30 years for the industry and the public authorities and private companies, the storage classeur à clapets went through periods and styles becoming a classic written in the collective memory. Over the years it has gradually "tamed" to get a space in the hopes private while maintaining its status as the icon of the aesthetics industry. Incarnation of the modern style of the years 30-50, this piece of furniture stands out for its strength and light weight. Really functional, is equipped with 5 compartments, each of which opens to 180 °. The doors open with a touch and close with a magnet. Collection Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier - 5 compartments - Doors open at 180 ° - Opening of files thanks to a push - Magnetic closure - 100% French Production

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