The Design Center of the Americas in association with the American Society of Interior Designers, (Florida Chapter) invited professional designers and design students to a presentation given by two representatives of Benjamin Moore, The subject was the Science of Color and Light.
The presentation investigated the interplay of both color and light and how we interpret them. Attendees learned about color basics such as primary colors, complementary colors and tertiary colors and how colors can change moods, create a warm or cool ambience and how colors can affect and effect relationships. We were told that colors aren’t real, rather they are wavelengths and experiences.
We were also amazed at the number of ‘whites’ that are available for viewing. A spectrum of ‘whites’ which morph, depending on the surrounding hues created by mountains, oceans, vegetation, cities, etc. For more information visit www.DCOTA.com