Le Corbusier was a leading light of 20th-century architecture, known not only for his works but also for his theories of architecture and design. Yet, he was also the mind behind a color system that he created in two distinct stages: 43 hues in 1931 and then, 20 more dynamic, distinct shades in 1959. In this comprehensive, integrated system, the colors can all be combined freely with each other. The colors are still so contemporary and such high quality that they led Jung to offer its historic LS990 switch range - inspired by the perfection of the Bauhaus square - in the 63 exclusive Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier colors. A special manual coloring process truly draws out the depth of the entire color range, producing opaque surfaces. Jung not only offers its switches, sockets, rotary and button dimmers in the Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier colors, but also the KNX F 50 button sensors with one to four channels. This opens up a world of control over multimedia functions to automate your house using this unique color set.