Here is the only single-source reference that provides design professionals with the in-depth information they require to translate color theory into three-dimensional design. The author utilizes a hands-on approach to developing the skills, tools, and techniques professionals need to translate color theory to real-world, 3D projects. Picking up where most other references leave off, "Color in Three Dimensional Design" shifts the focus from form to color so designers learn to develop effective and cost-conscious solutions and improve their initial designs. It teaches designers how to understand color's role in depth perception, lighting, shadow casting, psychology, texture, and materials. It is beautifully illustrated with 250 full color illustrations and a striking 4-color layout. It explains how to test color schemes and effectively communicate them to clients and covers residential, public space, and commercial applications.
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brings a certain logic to...creative use of color...help[s] any designer better understand what color brings to...room...dynamic, working guide... Kitchen & Bath Business 20040201From the Publisher:
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110071411704
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