Pointillé is a reinterpretation of the wallpaper designed by Le Corbusier for the Swiss company Salubra, the same one that started the study of the Polychromie Architecturale. Pointillé is faithful to the spirit of the Master and uses contemporary technology to reproduce the surprising effect of the wall color sought by Le Corbusier. It was 1931 when Le Corbusier created the wall covering based on a basic and extemporaneous motif: the “dot”, later traced in oil on a solid colour base. This was made to prevent the effect of chromatic contrast fading away over time due to the effect of light. The combination of the colours is strictly taken from the Polychromie Architecturale.