Color Series B: Authentic Functionality
This authentic colour range is based on a variety of the most varied of time flows and construction styles. On the one hand, the range is marked by dry brown and steel grey nuances, accompanied by light tin through to pale lilac greys; on the other hand, the style of flawless frost-flower tones.
Color Series C: Infatuating Lightness
Owners of functional buildings and private ensembles of any size – use blue high-tech visuals as marketing messages to convey future optimism. Don´t be afraid of blue. "If I had the choice, I would live in white today, blue tomorrow and the rest of the week multi-coloured."
Color Series E: Seductive Warmth
Showing colour is one of the essential duties of architecture. Preventing it is questionable. The building landscapes constructed by humans should be designed with just as much of a zest for life as the mountains, valleys and even nature itself – as if created of its own volition.
Color Series G: Colorful Appeal
From baroque through to the day after tomorrow, considerable and sensual Goethe thought that yellow was close to light. That was not natural science, it was a humanistic statement. The warming appeal of the sunny tones drew entire populations from the dark north to the cheerful south.