Materiality of Colour is the only course at any architectural school in the UK dedicated exclusively to colour.
The course focuses on the potential of subtractive colour in creating/manipulating space. Students are encouraged to create their own distinctive notational system that is sensitive to space, time, light and the characteristics of materials. Students are introduced to the sensibility and materiality of pure pigments with the focus on colour as matter, learning how to make paint from pigments and to apply it and test it on different surfaces. In a series of workshops students develop sensitivity to the use of colour and tone in relation to the dynamics of space and light. The final work is a 3D colour construct where colour becomes space.
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