Chair / Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier Ultramarine blue light design Xavier Pauchard for Tolix


The chair A Tolix went through eras and styles to become a classic written in the collective memory.

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When a big name meets one of the architectural jewels of industrial furniture French Tolix ... The collection presents new colors designer Le Corbusier. Architect vanguard of the twentieth century, Le Corbusier is remembered for his emblematic buildings and the art of the use of colors. In his view, each of us is attracted to a specific color that reflects their personality. In this regard it has created a palette of colors 63, used among other things for the cité Radieuse of Rezé (Nantes). The rediscovery of the work of Le Corbusier, Tolix enriches its collection color palette created by the famous architect: bright colors presented in the collection of the 1959 1931 and pastel colors. Looking for a style in harmony with nature Le Corbusier thought of pastel colors: light pink, pale green English, ultramarine blue and light gray 31. Delicate and soft, velvety and opaque colors are harmonized with the style of vintage Tolix. Icon aesthetics industry for nearly a century, the chair of A Tolix has gone through eras and styles to become a classic in the collective memory. Symbol of the modern style of the years 30-50, this steel chair has great strength and lightness at the same time. Stackable, fully meets the requirements of rationality space. Collection Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier - Only for internal - Stackable, up to 8 chairs - 7 small holes for water drainage on the seat - Figure in the permanent collections of the Vitra Design Museum, the MoMA and the Centre Pompidou - First industrial chair French - French Production 100%

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