On the basis of the exclusive partnership with Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier, heroal now offers a unique colour range for windows, doors and curtain walls. Processors, developers and architects thus get a degree of design freedom for private construction and the building industry that is SIMPLY BETTER.: with timeless, up-to-date colours that embody incomparable aesthetics. In this context, for the first time heroal is offering all components for a house door including infill panel with the system heroal D 72. heroal is thus meeting the demand for the coordinated colouring of system profiles, house door infill panels and fittings with its excellent coating technology.
heroal is the market leader in the field of aluminium house door profiles and has possessed a very high level of coating expertise for many years. Through the exclusive partnership with Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier, we are expanding our high-quality range of finishes and give you access to a total of 63 Polychromie Architecturale colour shades. The result: heroal Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier Door – SIMPLY. BETTER. DESIGNED.
Together with your customers, discover the various design options of the heroal front door with our front door configurator.
Take advantage of the exclusive heroal Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier door including infill panels! You will get everything from a single source within two weeks:
- high-quality system profiles
- high-quality front door infill panels
- and fittings if required -
- all with the best heroal powder coating in Le Corbusier colours
"Colour in architecture – a tool as powerful as the floor plan and section." Le Corbusier (1887-1965) is considered to be one of the most famous architects of the 20th century and continues to have a profound influence on modern architecture today. During his lifetime, he created numerous urban development plans and built some pioneering buildings. It is for good reason that 17 of his buildings were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2016, attesting to the globalisation of the modern movement. Drawing on his experiences working with structure, volume and colour, he developed two colour collections in 1931 and 1959: Architectural Polychromy.