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LS 990 - Un classico veste colori esclusivi

Jung

Edited By Editorial Staff - 17 June 2014

Le Corbusier was one of the most famous architects of the 20th century.His work continues to have a significant influence on architecture and design today. Just as important as the floor plan and form for Le Corbusier was the colour scheme. He created his unique colour system in two stages - with 43 subtle shades in 1931 and 20 bold and dynamic tones in 1959. The special feature: Each of these colours can be combined with any other in the system. Thanks to this remarkable characteristic and the unique depth of colour, this colour palette is still inspiring designers today.
Convinced by the unusual characteristics of this colour system, Jung is now offering its classic LS 990 switch in the unique Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier colours as a worldwide exclusive. In addition to switches, sockets, rotary and touch dimmers, Jung is also offering its KNX F 50 touch sensors in the Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier colours. This means that instruments for controlling KNX room functions and multimedia are also integrated into the unique colour system.
Thanks to the Jung modular system, all LS 990 items in Les Couleurs® Les Corbusier colours can of course be combined with any component of the LS range.

 


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