Colors Of The World: A Norton Book For Architects And Designers by Jean PhilippeColors Of The World: A Norton Book For Architects And Designers by Jean Philippe

Colors Of The World: A Norton Book For Architects And Designers

byJean Philippe, Dominique Lenclos

Hardcover | March 30, 2004

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Based on the “geography of color” analysis method, which Jean-Philippe and Dominique Lenclos have elaborated through years of travel and research, this book examine the palettes of diverse habitats to reveal how geology, climate, light, sociocultural behavior, and the traditions of local residents and construction techniques uniquely shape a landscape’s architectural personality and chromatic character.
Jean-Philippe Lenclos is a designer-colorist and founder of Atelier 3D Couleur, a studio based in Paris that specializes in the conception and application of color in the environment, architecture, and industrial products. He has exhibited his work in Tokyo, London, Paris, and Lisbon, and he teaches color theory at the Ecole Nationale ...
Title:Colors Of The World: A Norton Book For Architects And DesignersFormat:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 10.75 × 9.25 × 0.85 inPublished:March 30, 2004Publisher:WW NortonLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0393731472

ISBN - 13:9780393731477

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From a stunning emerald-green cottage in Ireland to mosaicked walls of thatched-roof huts in South Africa, this book is a serious source of color inspiration, no matter where on this planet you call home. — Oregon HomeThis book is a gorgeous design resource for any artist, with stunning photography and clear color analysis based on the writers travels. — Fiberarts MagazineOver 600 color photographs reveal striking colour patterns from Yemen to Guatemala. — Noel Reid (Tyrone Times & Duncannon Gazette (UK))The issues raised by this outstanding book are many, particularly for those interested in how architecture and landscape have come to terms with each other after many decades of brute opposition. — Ken Worpole (Green Places (UK))Glossy paperback with dynamic photographs displaying the brilliant diversity of...color. — Lovin' Life After 50