The power of the minimalist switch…

Posted in Products on 17 June, 2019

The LS 990 classic in Les Couleurs®Le Corbusier conquers architectural colour worlds

The use of colour in architecture underpins the overall aesthetic concept. Like space and form, colour creates strong effects: it sends signals and simultaneously serves to aid with orientation in spatial structures. With its classic LS 990 switch in the 63 Les Couleurs®Le Corbusier colours, JUNG exclusively facilitates architectural colour concepts worldwide.

JUNG: Square-shaped diversity. Timeless classic switch design

JUNG offers light switches, sockets and building technology systems in the 63 architectural colours of Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier. The production takes place order-related and in a hand-painted process by experienced specialists in Germany. A special coating has been developed for the application on the switches themselves. The iconic matt surface and the conformity of the colours with the original samples is guaranteed by effective quality control by the licensor Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier. In addition to the Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier colours, the design classic LS 990 is also available in various real metal and synthetic variants.


The colourful: LC underlines the openness of post-war modernism:

JUNG Reference: Apartment Theresienstr. Munich

In 1952, the renowned architect and designer Sep Ruf, who had a particular influence on German post-war architecture, supplied the design for the residential building in which the completely redesigned apartment in Munich’s Theresienstraße is located. The architects of Arnold / Werner conceived the interior design of the home of a family of four on the basis of a mixture of 1950s furniture and contemporary objects. The JUNG switch classic LS 990 in Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier harmonises as a matter of course with the wall designs based on the Le Corbusier colour claviature.

www.jung-group.com/lc

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