Why we love Ultramarine

Blue, the color of the sea and the sky, has always had the status of a special color. But which of the many shades of blue are we referring to? A closer look leads us straight to ultramarine, whose singular status is reflected in the fact that there have always been artists, writers, and scientists who could not escape its magic. Famous works of art and fabulous stories have been dedicated to this fascinating blue.

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The kt.COLOR Difference

More than 20 years ago, we introduced Le Corbusier's color palette to the world of architecture and design. Corb's colors made kt.COLOR famous immediately. However, many people still do not know what the difference is between our paint colors and all the others. Read on!

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The "White Cube" was never neutral

Color is not something we see, it is how we see. Color and visual space are inseparable to our sense of perception. Form first, then color? Never. We see form and design as a function of color contrasts. Color researcher Katrin Trautwein studies the relationships between color, light, and our perception of design and architectural space. In this interview, she tells us why she has no time for color trends and what she would like to change in the architectural use of color.

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Customer feedback

"Their colors are just unbelievably beautiful, whether the sun is shining, or it's rainy weather, or night, with every play of light they look different again. Incredible."

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