One of the most famous architects of post-war modernism in Germany.
Furniture for any occasion
Egon Eiermann is one of the best-known architects of modern post-war Germany.
In his search for suitable shutters for his buildings, Egon Eiermann came upon WILDE+SPIETH, forming a relationship which evolved into a pleasant and successful co-operation in the development and manufacture of serial furniture made of wood and tubular steel which lasted well into the 1970s.
The most popular product is represented by the SE 68 chair.
Egon Eiermann classics are cherished all over the world. Their success is based on the unique combination of state-of-the-art demands and a timeless elegance and aura. High-quality Egon Eiermann furniture from WILDE+SPIETH is functional, whereby it is also very comfortable and has a strong personal touch.
Le Corbusier is regarded as one of the most important architects of the twentieth century.
Claviers de couleurs
Charles Édouard Jeanneret, also known as Le Corbusier, was an architect, urbanist, artist and designer. Le Corbusier is regarded as one of the most important architects of the twentieth century.
Le Corbusier regarded the colouring of his buildings and designs as equally as important as outline and form. Le Corbusier implemented his polychrome concepts in collaboration with the Swiss wallpaper company, Salubra.
His "Claviers de couleurs" colour keyboard also evolved within this framework.
The first (purist) colour keyboards of 1931 comprise 43 expertly-selected colours while Le Corbusier focussed on 20 plain colours for his second collection in 1959.
The Le Corbusier polychromy comprises a total of 63 exclusive colours.
SE 68 Les Couleurs®
Egon Eiermann meets
Le Corbusier: four variants
of the classic are presented
in four colours by Les Couleurs®.
Design a classic
Egon Eiermann meets Le Corbusier: four variants of the classic (SE 68 multi-purpose chair, SE 68 SU stackable multi-purpose chair, SBG 197 R swivel chair, SE 42 three-legged bentwood chair) are presented in four colours by Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier.
Three of the colours have already been decided upon: ombre naturelle 31 (32140), vert anglais clair (32041) and bleu céruléen 59 (4320N).
You can help to choose the fourth colour simply by participating in our exclusive survey on the Stylepark Web site where you could win a Le Corbusier chair in one of these colours!
The voting process runs from 12.09.2012 to 02.10.2012.
In a couple of days you´ll find more information about the final results.