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  Ethel Rompilla and The New York School of Interior Design

Color for Interior Design

224 страниц. 2005 год.
Colour has always played an important role in interior design, from the earth-toned halls of ancient Cretan palaces to the bright surfaces of modern homes. Yet most people are largely unaware of the way in which colour affects their surroundings. In this comprehensive introduction, readers discover the impact that colour has on the way they see the world and learn how to effectively use colour to beautify their environment. With a wealth of information and images, the book is divided into three parts: a history of interiors from the perspective of colour systems, an easy-to-understand outline of colour theory and its underlying science, and a practical guide to using colour to enhance interior settings and create specific effects. From James McNeill Whistler's Peacock Room in Washington D.C., to Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye in provincial France, to a Prairie-style interior by Frank Lloyd Wright, author Ethel Rompilla shows how colour creates the world in which we live. This lavishly...
 
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