publication . Doctoral thesis . 2007

Daylight Influence on Colour Design : Empirical Study on Perceived Colour and Colour Experience Indoors

Hårleman, Maud;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2007
  • Publisher: KTH, Arkitektur
  • Country: Sweden
Abstract
It is known that one and the same interior colouring will appear different in rooms with windows facing north or facing south, but it is not known how natural daylight from these two compass points affects perceived colour and the ways in which colour is experienced. The objective is to describe the perceived colours to be expected in rooms with sunlight and diffused light, and thus develop a tool for colour design. Two empirical investigations provide the basis for six attached papers. The model is exploratory with a qualitative character. One hundred and ninety-one studies were carried out with 79 observers in full-scale rooms, with double-glazed transparent r...
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free text keywords: architecture, interior colouring, spatial character, natural daylight, verbal description, colour reference box, Architecture, Arkitektur
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