Tuesday, 1 July 2014

It Ain’t Just (Black and) White: Thoughts on Colour in Architecture

^ James Turrell, the wolfsburg project at the kunstmuseum Germany

Exclusively for Saturated Space, Aaron Betsky writes an epic meander through the interrelationships between nature, the man-made, modernism and the local, the digital and the artistic, via the tones and hues of the spaces our bodies inhabit and which our architects design. Seeing the current design of spaces blending into a uniform gradient of smooth grays, he holds up some profound traditional, and excellent contemporary examples of inspiring alternative trajectories which defy the fashionable march into colourless entropy.

Please either use the embedded reader below or click HERE to read the text.


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