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|Title:||Average luminous efficacity values for different types of light sources./Different types of glazing./Different type of contrast/Different methods to use materials and change their texture, form and use./ the colors and their impressions and messages/ Colors and their effects on architectural elements|
|Other Titles:||Architecture et Urbanisme|
|Abstract:||“Color is an integral element of our world, not just in the natural environment but also in the man-made architectural environment. Color always played a role in the human evolutionary process. The environment and its colors are perceived, and the brain processes and judges what it perceives on an objective and subjective basis. Psychological influence, communication, information, and effects on the psyche are aspects of our perceptual judgment processes. Hence, the goals of color design in an architectural space are not relegated to decoration alone.” By Frank H. Mahnke Especially in the last eleven decades, empirical observations and scientific studies have proven that human-environment-reaction in the architectural environment is to a large percentage based on the sensory perception of color. These studies include the disciplines of psychology, architectural psychology, color psychology, neuropsychology, visual ergonomics, psychosomatics, and so forth. In short, it confirms that human response to color is total – it influences us psychologically and physiologically.|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculté des Sciences et de la technologie (FST)|
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