Building on the “Basic one-day NCS Use of colour in Architecture”
A one-day course with in-depth discussions on the interaction of colours and how a designer works within colour design. We continue working with colour areas and colour combinations for interior and exterior design.
This module includes exercises that train the ability to recognize similarities and differences between colours and to understand and to be able to use the symbols to record these similarities and differences. These exercises are advanced tasks in analysing and grouping colours according to visual similarities within a certain group. They deepen the understanding for similarities of degree and correlation and for the systematic arrangement of colours. The degree of difficulty in these exercises is considerably greater than in the previous course.
The Workshop includes practical exercises, demonstrations and discussions. The program runs as follows:
K2 SIMULTANEOUS CONTRAST – LIGHTNESS
K4 SIMULTANEOUS CONTRAST –HUE, NUANCE
K3 SIMILARTY IN COLOUR ATTRIBUTES Hue
K5 SIMILARITY IN NUANCE
K3M SIMILARITY IN SATURATION
K3 SIMILARTY IN COLOUR ATTRIBUTES W,B & C
K1 SIMILARITY IN LIGHTNESS
K6 SIMILARITIES IN COLOUR ATTRIBUTES
K7 SIMILARITIES IN NUANCE
D5 – GROUP EXERCISE QUADRANT IN A SQUARE
Price per student is R3,800.00 (incl VAT)
Course times are 8am to 4.30pm
The South African Institute of Architects has assessed and validated this Category one CPD Activity. The activity carries 2 CPD credits.