Handles - The handle on the heroal Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier front door can be customised. Three handle lengths and optional LED strip lights are available for this purpose.
Fitting - the heroal DF fitting technology follows the universal design approach, ensuring individual adaptability to user needs at any time.
Reversible door infill panel - The heroal door infill panel offers the innovative fixing technology for single-sided casement-enclosing front door infill panels (CCI) or attachment infill panels. The prefabricated infill panel is attached in the casement using joints.
Door hinges - Hinges can also be coated in Le Corbusier colours: When using the same shades, optimally coordinated authentic colours for the casement, internal panel and hinges are guaranteed.
heroal D 72 door system - heroal offers a unique system variety with the front door system heroal D 72. The best materials, highest functionality, sophisticated design variants and maximum flexibility are the solid basis for individual and exclusively produced individual pieces.
Casement and door options - The heroal front door is available as flush or protruding. In both versions, the heroal D 72 PF casement profile features a fixed internal backstop instead of a glass strip. The frames, infill panels, handles and hinges can be customised with different colours as per the customer's requirements - including inside and outside.
Threshold - The heroal front door is equipped with a new, production-optimised threshold seal. Barrier-free threshold profiles also facilitate accessibility.
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.