This workshop will provide delegates with a hands-on, interactive approach to principles of colour, contrast and vision. We will explore aspects of colour in the built environment for both interior and exterior spaces. The course will also cover techniques available for successful selection of colour and contrast in creating design palettes. The delegates will then explore in a short practical session some important strategies for colour application that involve an understanding, and a psychological appraisal of colour for bespoke interiors.
- 1 or two pieces of A3 Card for the presentation of work
- A carrier bag/or similar filled with colour magazines/printed colour sheets/other colour scrap papers. We will be using this as a resource for the practical colour workshop so bring all you can manage
- Pritt-Stik or similar glue stick or pot for easy sticking of paper, colour swatches etc.
- Any colouring tools that don’t require water – pencils, markers felt pens
- Scissor/ruler/basic drawing instruments as needed
- will take away valuable fundamental facts about colour design and contrast from the workshop
- gain an understanding of important ways and principles of colour design usage
- become confident with how colour can be used in creative work and management of projects
- experience practical work on an individual colour design project
- will access information and advice about how contrast is measured, specified and applied in environmental design
- find out about international standards on contrast usage
- achieve new skills and techniques on colour design and contrast
Professionals from a wide range of fields who would like to understand more about colour and paint systems as well as contrast application in the built environment for a visually impaired population.
Interior designers who need top up their knowledge about colour palettes, specification and usage.
The course is led by Emeritus Professor of Design Hilary Dalke, Director of CROMOCON. Professor Dalke has had over 40 years training designers in colour design, previously running The Colour Design Research Centre at London South Bank University and working on a wide range of consultancies in the field of special needs, healthcare, transport, prisons, and public spaces. She shares her professional experience in the field of colour design and contrast.
Hilary was a speaker at the BIID's 2014 Annual Conference
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- A replacement delegate nominated and confirmed by you is permitted, but must be confirmed in writing to info@BIID.org.uk prior to the event.
- The BIID reserves the right to make changes to the programme.
- The BIID reserves the right to cancel the event if unavoidable circumstances arise.
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