Color Planning for Interiors An Integrated Approach to Color in Designed Spaces

ISBN-10: 0470135425

ISBN-13: 9780470135426

Edition: 2009

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One of the hallmarks of a successful designer is the ability to incorporate color into his or her projects and presentations. The culmination of years of research, this evidence-based approach to designing with color presents multiple color planning criteria for creating innovative color solutions in interior design. Beginning with a detailed description of the multiple facets of color that accomplished designers take into consideration, the book explores color planning through the perspective of creative problem-solving. Complementing theory and research, the book draws real-world examples from interior design projects involving noted colorists and designers. From the fundamental principles of color theory to applications of the design process, designers will find insight on all aspects of designing interiors with color.
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Book details

List price: $80.00
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/23/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

Introduction to Color Planning
Creative Process
Color Language
Color in Context
Color Planning Framework
Overview
Challenges to Color Planning
Emotionality
Conventionality
Materiality
Rationality
Toward Innovation
Summary
Art & Science of Color Planning
Principles of Color Perception
Visual System + Light + Object
Measuring Color vision
Color Constancy
Color Systems
Additive & Subtractive
Artist's Wheel
Munsell
Pantone
Summary
Research Notes
Criterion One: Color as Composition
Color Illusions
Afterimage
Optical Mixing
Simultaneous Contrast
Metamerism
Bezold Effect
Synesthesia
Color Progression + Transition
Color Planning for Shaping Space
Summary
Criterion Two: Color as Communication
Origins of Color Associations
Color Associations and Building Type
Color Strategy + Brand Identity
Cross-Cultural Marketing with Color
Challenging Negative Color Associations
Evolution of Color Meaning
Color Planning for Communication
Summary
Research Notes
Criterion Three: Color for Engagement
Cognition
Emotion
Color Temperature Perception
Color + Flavor Perception + Consumption
Color + Space + Depth
Color Planning for Human Response
Summary
Research Notes
Criteria Four: Color Preferences
Individual Preferences
Group Preferences
Historical Preferences
Stories behind Color Names
Color Forecasting + Cycles of Preference
Color Planning for Creating the New
Summary
Research Notes
Criteria Five: Color Pragmatics: Functional Side of Color
Color + Lighting Conditions
Color + Materiality
Color + Adaptive Reuse
Color + Sustainability
Color + Digital Media
Planning for Pragmatics
Summary
Research Notes
Criteria in Concert
Workplace
Hospitality
Restaurants
Retail
Museum
Healthcare
Residence
Lessons from Color Planning Narratives
Summary
Directions in Color Planning
Color as Process
Color as Product
Color as Environment
Research Challenges
Summary
Appendix: For Further On Line Study
Understanding color: Theories, systems, schemes
Seeing color: Perception, vision, color deficiencies, synesthesia
Measuring color: Artist's Wheel, Munsell, Pantone
Color illusions: Metamerism, optical Illusions
Color communication: Cross-cultural meaning, marketing, branding
Color pragmatics: Interior applications, print and digital Media
Scholars and Innovators: Albers, Itten, Swirnoff
Professional color organizations: ISCC, CAUS, CMG
Bibliography
Credits
Index
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