This title demonstrates how the use of colour in architecture enhances and contextualises the environment. The visual language of colour can communicate symbols, status, spirit, strength, and a sense of purpose, and its new applications to buildings represent a great leap in the discipline of architecture.
This book is ideal for architects and anyone involved in outdoor design or urban planning. The brilliantly coloured examples in the book range from modest to the sublime, from ordinary to fabulously whacked-out structures. The volume also included drawings and plans for the professional, as well as bizarre structures that will appeal to architecture junkies.