Colour Design for Public Spaces: Learning from Van Gogh

Above is one of the most inviting-looking streetscapes in European art. How did Van Gogh achieve this effect and how can we use it to make more inviting public spaces? Read on and I’ll let you in on a few of Vincent’s little secrets…  Continue reading

Colour Design for Public Spaces: Colour Opposites

What makes different public spaces have different characters? There may be many answers to this, from different activities taking place there to different histories to different kinds of users to different styles of architecture, and many more. This series of posts looks at the role that the colour design of a public space can play. First up is a look at how the use of colour opposites can give a public space a more active character.

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