Through the Colour Lens
Colour is used to adorn and decorate and many have tried to find an organisational system that could concretely states how colour is to be used correctly.In this book Marisha McAuliffe examines the concept of colour and its uses for those who design professionally or those who simply want to appreciate the complexities of colour. It examines light and contrast, and explains the pitfalls that are to be avoided in colour design. The book explores different concepts relating to, and including, colour history, systems and theories, requirements for a colour-based design project, research, and generation of colour schemes so as to create optimal experiences for colour in architecture, interior architecture and design. To fully understand colour, the book ventures into its scientific and ‘non-scientific’ elements compiling key points about its many characteristics. Taken together, this book is a comprehensive guide for those who seek to work with colour and to tap its enormous potentials for design effect.
Publisher: Oxford Global Press
Date Published: 2016
Book Condition: Very good+ soft cover showing some minor creasing and edge wear to covers, otherwise a clean, tight and unmarked copy internally