The spirit of colours
in the body of architecture®

Lucerne-based artist Werner Vogel used Lascaux Studio for his mural in 1978. This remarkable work of street art was renovated in 2017.
Employing Lascaux Studio Bronze artist Carmen Perrin created her colour gradient from gold to silver to black in the Alhambra Theatre in Geneva.
Artist and colour designer Thomas Stolz created his large-format portraits in Frankfurt with Lascaux Studio, using a specially developed transfer method.
In the atrium of the new Swiss Federal Railway headquarters near Berne, Lascaux Crystal entices astounding interactions between colours.
White Lascaux Perlacryl lends the Lascaux company building in Brüttisellen a shimmering mother-of-pearl shine.
The Lido in Lucerne was painted in Lascaux Studio Ultramarine in 1999, a concept by artist Peter Roesch, withstanding the weather until this very day.
Using Lascaux Sirius primary colours, artist Peter Roesch's powerful colour design creates a lively atmosphere in this public school in Zurich.
Using Lascaux Studio colours Scottish artists Fraser Gray and Martin McGuiness realised their amorphic painting for the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Tay Road Bridge.
Colour concept based on the bio-activated Lascaux Resonance Interior Paint that helps balance the room's atmosphere, creating a harmonising effect.
Myriads of little holiday guests in Braunwald painted a picture measuring 222 metres using Lascaux Studio.
The great murals form the series 'Curves and Loops' painted by Sol LeWitt were created in 2004 at Haus Konstruktiv using Lascaux Artist colour.
For Jean Nouvel, Lascaux Studio was modified in order to achieve the optical effect of changing velvet in the interior of the KKL.
Using Lascaux Artist, Burghard Müller-Dannhausen created the "Wall of Colour" that supports orientation within the building of the Rems-Murr clinic.
The Centre Pompidou chose Lascaux Studio to create this 12 meter high sculpture in Flaine (Haute Savoye) in 2004, an enlargement of Picasso's model from 1957.
Employing Lascaux Studio on aluminium artist Marisa Ferreira realised her colour concept in the entry area of Norwegian drilling platform Ekofisk 2.
Using Lascaux Perlacryl artist Carmen Perrin created a colour experience with a speric effect inside this space of silence.
Using Lascaux Studio, Michael Craig Martin designed this outer wall of the Milton Keynes Gallery. The facade painting was a temporary project.
Employing Lascaux Aquacryl artist Dorothea Rockburne created the murals 'Northern Sky' and 'Southern Sky' inside the former Sony Building in New York.
Zaha Hadid's colour concept with Lascaux Peracryl conveys a special dynamic to her architectural design.
For the restoration of the famous 1899 Feszty panorama Lascaux products were used for doubling, consolidation of paint layers, and retouching.
For the 'Blaze of Colour' project students of Haus der Farbe in Zurich mixed more than 5'500 distinct hues from Lascaux Studio .