Color Design – Kolor staje się Designem

Nowy projekt Lechler, łączący rozwój chemiczny z ewolucją języka koloru.


Kolor to język, który stale ewoluuje. Zmiany technologiczne, kulturalne i artystyczne zawsze miały wpływ na wygląd otoczenia i przestrzeni naszego domu. Analiza przedmiotów na przestrzeni lat dowodzi, że istotne zmiany chromatyczne są cykliczne, co pozwala przewidzieć z dużą dokładnością ogólne preferencje kolorystyczne w najbliższej przyszłości. 

Definiowanie nowych scenariuszy jest fundamentem projektowania kolorów i przyczynia się do określenia jakości przestrzeni domowej, architektonicznych cech budynków oraz komercyjnego sukcesu produktu przemysłowego. 

Projekt Color Design firmy Lechler został opracowany we współpracy z projektantką przemysłową Francescą Valan – specjalistką w dziedzinie CMF (Color, Material, Finish); dostarcza wskazówki oraz informacje techniczne, aby ułatwić wybór koloru i wykończenia.

Projekty w ramach programu Lechler Color Design:

Color Trainer

Color Trainer: i colori giusti per  dipingere le pareti di casa tua



Color Trend Consultant: 

Color Trend Consultant: nuove finiture in colori di tendenza per i prodotti industriali


Lechler Tech

Color Trend Habitat: 

Color Trend HABITAT presentato a Ventura Lambrate, Fuorisalone




Outdoor Pleasure


Color Design Habitat Building


Fuorisalone 2024 - The Way of Ethic Colors

Fuorisalone 2023 - The way of Relations


Fuorisalone 2021/22

Fuorisalone 2021

Fuorisalone 2018 - Flickr

The Way of effects - Fuorisalone 2018

Fuorisalone 2017 - Flickr

The Way of Classics - Fuorisalone 2017

Fuorisalone 2016 - Flickr

The Way of Gold - Fuorisalone 2016

Fuorisalone 2015 - Flickr

Color Design #Fuorisalone2015 a Ventura Lambrate

VIDEO: Fuorisalone 2021 - The Way of Accent

VIDEO: Fuorisalone 2019 - The Way of Nature

VIDEO: Fuorisalone 2018 - The Way of Effects

VIDEO: Fuorisalone 2017 - The Way of Classic

VIDEO: Fuorisalone 2016 - The  Way of Gold

Color Design - Press

Golden Shades Collection: Pure Alchemy!
czwartek, 14 stycznia 2016

Golden Shades Collection: Pure Alchemy!

Categories: Industry, Color Design

The presentation of this splendid collection called Golden Shades, the new proposal from Color Trend Consultant by Lechler Color Design, is certainly right on target!

Since ancient times, the idea of changing metals into gold has symbolised the attempt to achieve perfection and overcome the last obstacles of the physical world. It is interesting to remember that the science we call Chemistry derives from the mysterious practice of Alchemy, and that the word "alchemy" in turn derives from the Arab word "al-kīmiyya", meaning "philosopher's stone", which was the magical stone that was supposed to have the power to turn lead into gold.

With modern painting technology, we wanted to recreate this quest for gold in a new way, by creating a new collection that resembles precious metals. Painting is, in fact, a way to give added value and refine the objects created by people. The Color Design project, which is founded on the combination of chemical technology and studies in humanities, could not fail to consider one of the most popular colours of the next seasons. Here is an answer to this new trend, an original proposal that can add value and make objects more precious. 

Through our very successful and long standing collaboration with colour designer Francesca Valan, we have designed a golden future that develops well beyond mere chromatic. We've brought materials into the picture. In the trend map from Color Trend Consultant, the Color Design project for industry, we are now presenting the NEW GOLDEN SHADES COLLECTION.  Golds have been noticeably absent from our homes since the 1950s. After being gone for so long, gold is coming off as imperious, connected with glamour but also with a natural feel, because of its ability to evoke the idea of real colours and materials.

The new collection is based on a range of three colours: TITANIUMGOLD and COPPER with an ¬opaque and semi-opaque finish. Each colour is developed in three shades PaleMedium and Shadow and three degrees of gloss: 1030 and 40 gloss. For presentation, the new colours are applied on two different types of materials: rounded plastic drops and steel plates in order to allow the Designer to evaluate the chromatic behaviour on objects made in different materials and shapes. The range was designed to enable the development of mono-metal schemes in different shades or poly-metal schemes by pairing different metals.

After over a decade of "cool" metals, Golden Shades presents "warm" metals. The heat given off by these new colours has the power to evoke sensations and get away from less effective attempts at imitation of the past, without evoking a comparison between reality and make-believe. The nuances can be used on the same object to give a visual priority, through use of the different shades: to highlight a housing or a detail - whatever we want people to notice. Combinations between these shades can become a harmonious symphony.

Golden Shades colours can be applied on any metal or plastic object, and they adapt in a particular way to objects and furnishing complements found in homes such as small appliances, lighting products, video/audio equipment, and furnishing complements.