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Le Corbusier Tokyo Rouge Vermillon 59

The Tokyo collection is inspired by the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo, designed by Le Corbusier in 1955. The porcelain panels have a soft, speckled appearance and are available in six colours.


LCS Ceramics is based on Le Corbusier’s use of reinforced concrete in architecture, which came to be known as béton brut (bare concrete), and his Polychromie Architecturale system, which explores how colour can affect spaces and people. The collection includes béton brut-inspired finishes; glazed colours (LCS1); tiles engraved with linear bas relief (LCS2); light, speckled tiles (Tokyo); and neutral, textured surfaces (Molitor). They are ideal for wall and floor coverings in residential and commercial projects and are designed to work together and independently.
Le Corbusier LCS Ceramics are manufactured by Gigacer Spa in Faenza, Italy, and exclusively imported and supplied in Australia by Artedomus.

Finish (slip rating)

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Le Corbusier LCS Tokyo Rouge Vermillon


Product Width Height Thickness
Le Corbusier Tokyo 2500mm 1190mm 6mm
Le Corbusier Tokyo 1190mm 1190mm 6mm
Le Corbusier Tokyo 300mm 300mm 6mm