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Color - Communication in Architectural Space.

Autor: Gerhard Meerwein; Bettina Rodeck; Frank H Mahnke
Editora: Basel/Berlin/Boston : Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2007. ©2007
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While people's reactions to color vary widely, in design questions it is still possible to establish generally valid color concepts to match the expectations of the various groups of users. This book offers a guide based on a wide range of scientific findings and may be consulted as an authoritative reference by the architecture student and the professional alike.
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Formato Físico Adicional: Print version:
Meerwein, Gerhard.
Color - Communication in Architectural Space.
Basel/Berlin/Boston : Walter de Gruyter GmbH, ©2007
Tipo de Material: Documento, Recurso Internet
Tipo de Documento Recursos de internet, Arquivo de computador
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Gerhard Meerwein; Bettina Rodeck; Frank H Mahnke
ISBN: 9783764382865 3764382864
Número OCLC: 1035656457
Descrição: 1 online resource (152 pages)
Conteúdos: Introduction --
1 Humans --
The Focus of Design --
2 The Senses as Instruments of Communication --
3 Color --
An Environmental Element --
Color --
Communication in Architectural Space --
4 Humans and Color --
What is Color? --
Seeing Color --
Perception of Color --
Experiencing Color --
Spatial Color Experience Scheme --
Physiological and Neuropsychological Aspects --
Symbolism of Colors --
5 The Design Essentials of Color --
Color Fundamentals --
The Color Circle and the Color Order System --
The Effect of Color Contrasts --
Physiological Contrast --
6 Light and Color --
The Technical Basis of Lighting --
Measurements and Units --
Lamps and Their Properties --
Aspects of Visual Ergonomics --
Differences in Luminous Density and Surface Color Biological Effect of Light --
7 Material and Color --
8 Architectural Aspects of Space --
Aspects of Perception --
Aspects of the Design Process --
What Does it Mean to Design? --
Properties of Elements --
Relationships between Elements --
Relationships between Elements and the Viewer --
9 Communication: People --
Color --
Space --
Interdisciplinary Aspects --
Human Needs Relevant to Design --
Aspects of Color Perception in Architectural Space --
10 The Practice of Color Design --
Space as a Stimulating Environment --
Methodology --
Semantic Differential --
11 Fields of Design --
Educational Institutions --
Preschool --
Schools --
Seminar Rooms/Adult Education --
User Profile --
Impression and Visualization --
Color and Material Design of Major Functional Areas --
Sports Facilities --
Impression and Visualization, Color and Material Design --
Spa Facilities --
Impression and Visualization, Color and Material Design --
Workplaces --
Aspects of Environmental Psychology --
Office Workplaces --
Open-Plan Offices --
Individual and Combi-Offices. Impression and Visualization, Color and Material Design --
Computer Workstations --
Commercial Workplaces --
Impression and Visualization in the Workplace --
Workplace Design --
Therapeutic Facilities --
Short-Term Therapeutic Facilities --
Impression and Visualization --
Color and Material Design of the Essential Functional Units --
Therapeutic Facilities for Long-Term Stays --
Psychiatric Facilities --
User Groups --
Impression and Visualization --
Color and Material Design of the Essential Functional Areas --
Retirement Homes --
Impression and Visualization --
Color and Material Design of the Main Functional Areas --
Alternative Concepts --
Home Care --
Hospices --
Impression and Visualization --
Color and Material Design --
Children's Hospices --
Impression and Visualization --
Color and Material Design --
Restaurants --
Impression and Visualization --
Color and Material Design --
Apartments/Houses --
Impression and Visualization --
Color and Material Design --
Conclusion --
Appendix --
Bibliography --
Photo Credits.

Resumo:

While people's reactions to color vary widely, in design questions it is still possible to establish generally valid color concepts to match the expectations of the various groups of users. This book offers a guide based on a wide range of scientific findings and may be consulted as an authoritative reference by the architecture student and the professional alike.

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