workshop founded in 1978
by Jean-Philippe Lenclos,
the first colour-design
agency in France
the colour, the only one and none other...
When the French seaside resort on the Picardy coast unveils new colours on all its façades, the waterfront and the wooden boardwalk become the mirrors of the sea, reflecting the wavy shore and the moving skies…
How to give new sensuality to creation papers ? A new international approach of colour-design for all the ranges of fine papers revives the creative desire of the graphic world and inspires the contemporary print…
History, geography of civilisations, culture, education, religion… any colour creation is the result of a period, an inspiration, a place, a light. This new profession was born in 1978.
Knowing its colour ranges on the tip of one’s fingers, meeting buyers’ expectations wherever they are located, anticipating them and providing a solution, one country after another, one market after another.
A palette, a range, a colour chart, a colorama, a choice of colours, all of this needs to be created... harmony, coordination, extent, depth, it is all a question of balance, it is all part of the profession.
One market after another, one target after another… in order to attract new customers and ensure that the product is a success with its consumers, colour must be designed as precisely as possible.
Colour is interpreted between tradition and modernity, it is studied between heritage and contemporary creativity, it is calibrated between timelessness and trends and it is imagined between surprise and keeping up with the times.
The design of the precise colour and the recommendation of the right colour at the right time, such a solution must be flawless to express the quintessence of an architecture or a design.
Vision for the future. Once again, style departments, trends agencies and new prophets in environmentally-friendly materials have selected biobatch, the bioplastic developped by A3DC and PolyOne, to better protection of the planet.
Flower arrangement is often a real difficult art but installing a work of art in public spaces is every time something like banging one’s head against a brick wall. The recent piece offered by Jeff Koons to Paris has shapes and colours met with mixed reactions.