Color is not a disconnected event but intimately and intricately connected to our habits, behavior, physiology and ultimately our health and well-being. Color and Light inform and direct; trends reflect emerging human needs. This course will define the role of color and design in the interface driving health and well-being for humans in the built environment. Incorporating the impact of color, light and with a look at global mega-trends and color psychology and the impact design and color have to creating well-being, health and safety, and behavior, individually, generationally and collectively.
- Discover how color influences physiology, how colors and designs provide an environment for the fulfillment of the human need for safety, increased health and well-being. Learn the significant global mega-trends, which colors and designs feed the needs expressed by the emerging trends and how to utilize these to design spaces that foster optimal health and well-being in various environments.
- Learn important new developments in the field of color and color science.
- Understand how to use color to positively impact purpose and behavior when designing.
- Develop awareness of the interface between built environment and health, understanding how to positively design a basic ground to foster the fundamental needs of the human for health and well-being, beginning with explanation of how humans perceive a space through color and design.
Fawn Chang, from Anchor Paint will be speaking.
5:15 – 6:30 Registration and Attitude Adjustment (cash bar)
6:30 – 7:00 Dinner
7:00 – 8:00 Program and announcements
No later than 4:00pm, December 6th
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