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|Titolo:||Colore e interazione con lo spazio architettonico. La rappresentazione del colore tra idea e progetto|
|Autori interni:||AMORUSO, GIUSEPPE|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2011|
|Abstract:||The theoretical basis of color interaction with shape and architectural space is contemporary to the birth of "modern" Industrial Design, i.e. first years of the twentieth century. Color design is based on the interaction of 3 items, form, light and color, a well known formula in the field of interior design while color design for the built environment matches more on color, light and materials. Color interacts with space through the design of the experiential-phenomenological relationship where experience is shaping the space and creates visual interfaces based on chromatic values and formal dissonances. The architectural space design can alternatively be based on space-related “landscapes”, less entrenched, but also linked to the rapid transformation of emotional pictures. Taut reversed, step by step, the psychological analysis of Goethe's color, because " color is not representative of no value in itself but it is always determined by the form typology and by its extension, and not only by the relationship between color but between form and color combination", Color studies at Bauhaus contributed to laying down a set of principles through the exercise of "educational workouts" and pursuing "the trial of the sign, shape and color" as key design elements. Color as an expressive medium to fill the space vacuum by making architectural figurative architecture no longer using painting as a "separate and imaginary expression" but using "fields of color" because "without color these relations are not living and not actually visible". Further researches investigated perceptual phenomena about color as a manifestation of a color-spatial topology and addressed relationships between urban space, its tipology and color tone survey, the concept of “color-city”. Representing the value of “interiors” through color is not a possible way to represent its features, but also stresses the perception of color towards an organic and holistic spatial and chromatic experience.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|
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