C-3 The Emotional Language of Colour in Architecture.

The Emotional Language of Colour in Architecture

During these times of confinement, man has been forced to become aware of his spaces: if they have protected us, if they met the conditions of physical/environmental well-being; and they have. `However what our architectures have not been able to do is to minimise emotions as present as fear, indecision, insecurity, and the multiple pictures of tension and stress that we have experienced in a generalised way. In this talk, the result of complex research, we will introduce how with colour we can change the emotional conditions in architecture and make our houses and buildings act as integral spaces of physical and mental wellbeing.

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