252 colours from the A1-colour formulae were chosen for the new colour fan Lucite® Design A1“ as the basis for a stylish and diverse design in modern architecture, historical facades and commercial objects.
Systematic Colour concept :
The colour fan „Inspiration Raum“ is the colour navigator and creative guide to appealing colour design in modern living areas.
The principle of appealing design:
You choose a basi colour which refers to four alternative striking accent colours. You can then tastefully combine various materials and degrees of gloss in wallpaint, varnishes and wood varnishes.
The principle of the basic colours:
The first part of the colour fan is used to determine the colour which will be used for the main wall surface. 24 colour groups, each with four nuances, make up the basic concept.
The principle of the accent colours:
These colours liven up the design. Single walls, a column or a particular architectural element can be highlighted in this way. The satin-glossy varnish surfaces offer appropriate shades of paint for hand railings, frames, doors, floors and much more.
With the help of our premium varnishes CWS WERTLACK, DELTA Lackcolor und water-based LUCITE® varnishes the colour range fan „Inspiration Lack“ is ideally suited for the creative design of modern varnished surfaces both in the interior and the exterior.
The CD-Colour allround colour fan „Inspiration Colour“ based on the NCS system divides the approx. 1000 shades of colour into five colour worlds which, depending on which field of application and the material chosen, simplifies the choice of the shade of colour.
The colour range „Dynamic“ follows the colour spectrum, intense to pale shades in nuances from light to dark.
The colour range „Akzent“ includes the especially sensitive shades of colour with appropriate contrasts for the „classic“ colour design. The „Natur“ colours include historically muted to greyed shades for listed buildings and half-timbered houses.
Intense Colour Accents
The colour range „Fresh“ groups the intense, striking colours together. This enables the designer to use significant and contrasting effects to create a statement, ranging from a fresh paint design to post-modern facade design.
Living Area Design
The „Harmony“ colour range combines light and pastel shades of colour for living areas.