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TSM2016 - Color Theory for Interiors
Color Theory for Interiors introduces the student to principles, theories and systems for the application of color in the built environment. This course is concerned with understanding the interaction of color with materials, texture, light, and form. It includes an exploration of the physical and perceptual nature of color and the physiological, psychological and emotional impact of color. Color will be considered as an essential element of the design process, and as an effective communication tool in design ideation and presentations. Two and three dimensional exercises and projects will demonstrate the various aspects of color theory and application.

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Prerequisites ( FND1005 / Lecture <min grade = D, min credit = 3.00> or FND3033 / Lecture <min grade = D, min credit = 3.00> ) and ( FND1003 / Design Studio <min grade = D, min credit = 3.00> or FND3032 / Design Studio <min grade = D, min credit = 3.00> )
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Academic

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