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 Color Theory in Architecture?

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Warm Color Theory?

Color theory is the study and practice of color categorization, effect and application. It is based in the color wheel. "Warm colors" denote heat, fire and sun. They include reds, oranges, yellows ... Read More »
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Seasons Color Theory?

In the 1980s, when seasonal color analysis was done to determine what colors were best to wear based on skin, hair and eye color, there were only four seasons---Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn. W... Read More »
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Gray Color Theory?

Gray is considered a neutral, balanced, cool color. Its meanings range from gray matter (brains) to a gray day (overcast). But gray is incorporated as part of a holistic theory only in the practice... Read More »
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Color Blindness Theory?

The human eye and brain work together to translate light into color. For the color blind, the eye does not discern colors as others see them. According to Dr. J. M. Cohen, an optometrist who works ... Read More »
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