The Color Deficit: Making the Case for a Polychromatic World

From JPCL, December 2011

By Billy Rosbottom

by Billy Rosbottom

Architecture serves as a grounding element for our communities. Our buildings are where we eat, sleep, learn, play, study, practice, pray, shop, or work. Structures follow specific rules and regiments defined by functions established through history by building teams: architect, engineer, owner, constructor, etc. It is through collaborative exploration that solutions come to light, onto the page, and into our environment....
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Tagged categories: Architects; Architecture; Color; Color + Design; Design

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