True Thinline Les Couleurs™ <br>Le Corbusier

True Thinline Les Couleurs™
Le Corbusier

We are proud to present a highlight from our new collection – the True Thinline Les Couleurs™ Le Corbusier. Nine unique, vivid and vibrant colours from Le Corbusier’s legendary Architectural Polychromy colour theory are the latest full high-tech ceramic additions to the Rado collection. Each colour is limited to 999 pieces.

Celebrating legendary colours

Celebrating legendary colours

As the Master of Materials, we’ve used all the expertise we’ve gained during more than 30 years of working with high-tech ceramic to create watches in nine Architectural Polychromy colours. These colours are exclusive to Rado and our True Thinline collection.

Groundbreaking colour theory

Groundbreaking colour theory

Created in 1931 and 1959, Architectural Polychromy was ahead of its time, using 63 colours with architectural significance that are classified in groups of different shades and tones. The palettes are still used widely today by architects and designers – a testament to their enduring appeal and long-lasting relevance.

The Father of Modernism

The Father of Modernism

Le Corbusier’s Architectural Polychromy theory of colour is just one of the achievements he is known for. Also known as an artist, architect, master of materials and the ‘Father of Modernism’, Le Corbusier is a legendary name in design.

True Thinline

The True Thinline may just be the ultimate Rado timepiece. First introduced to the collection in 2011, these stunning watches are Rado’s slimmest, and the first to feature the ground-breaking monobloc case.

Design

Design is the cornerstone of Rado's many groundbreaking timepieces, and it's also in the brand's DNA.