Color + Global Views
While travel may be all about the destination, where you stay is just as important.
One of the most wondrous traditions of the winter holiday season is taking in all the beauty of storefront window displays. Crowds gather each year to take in all the over-the-top merchandising that entices customers to stop and enjoy the beauty.
Nestled along the desert landscape of Palm Springs, Calif., sits a vividly colorful pink home.
Considering how much of our lives are spent in the workplace, it only makes sense that these spaces invite the opportunity for beautiful form, as well as function.
With the 2016 Summer Olympics getting underway Friday, Aug 5, here’s a closer look at the color and design predictions displayed in our 2016 color+design trends report, providing more design inspiration to get into the spirit of this summer.
Color and its effect on the human psyche has a huge influence on retail design and a shopper’s experience. Retailers can tell a story with color, creating a theme and concept for their store and brand.
Oregon State University (OSU) chemist Mas Subramanian and his team discovered YInMn blue — named after the elements Yttrium, Indium and Manganese — while experimenting with materials for electronics applications.
For children in a learning environment, color can have an effect on mood, emotion, and productivity, making it an important and much overlooked consideration in school design.
Check out these 4 colorful restaurants from around the world and taste the rainbow!
Color. It has an effect on our mind, body and emotions and can influence our physical and mental well-being immensely. Within hospitality design, color can be used to set a tone or mood — from romantic or exotic, to upbeat or playful — and can transform dull accommodations into Technicolor wonderlands!