Color, Environment, and Human Response: An Interdisciplinary Understanding of Color and Its Use as a Beneficial Element in the Design of the Architectural Environment

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 9, 1996 - Architecture - 248 pages
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Written for architects, interior designers, and color consultants, this ambitious study explores the psychological and physiological effects of color in the man-made environment. Scientific findings and industry-by-industry examples are furnished to help professionals specify colors that will create healthful environments in hospitals, schools, restaurants, and other public facilities.
 

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Contents

Chaptet
10
Chaptet
19
Chaptet Thtee
45
Chaptet Five
79
Chaptet Seven
93
Chaptet Eight
102
Food and Foodsetvice 187
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Chaptet
133
Chaptet Eleven
146
Chaptet Twelve
161
Chaptet Thitteen
169
Chaptet Foutteen
179
Chaptet Sixteen
195
Chaptet Seventeen
203
Bibliogtaphy
211
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Frank H. Mahnke is President of the International Association of Color Consultants/Designers for which he conducts seminars on the psychological and physiological effects of color, light, and human reaction to the built environment. He is also the founder and director of the American Information Center for Color and Environment in San Diego, California. Mr. Mahnke is an environmental designer and consultant for architectural projects in the private sector as well as for local, state, and federal government.

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