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Take a deep dive Into colour theory for architects, interior and space designers and anyone who is interested in the use of paint in a built environment - with Dulux Academy Lead, Creative Consultant and interior designer Cora Collins.

Learn the basic science behind colour psychology and how the wavelengths of different colours affect us, our clients and the users of a space. Leverage the knowledge of how we see and perceive colours in design.

Unlock the power of the Dulux Notation System, to gain a fresh perspective and understand colour in a whole new light. Cora will cover the principles of colour theory; the most fundamental and influential aspects of creating an interior scheme.

With Universal Design in mind, we focus on the technical requirements of Part M of the Building Regulations to ensure access and use of a building, its facilities and environs.

Let’s chat about trend forecasting. This is the 20th year of Colour Futures, the
trend forecasting research which gives you the colour of the year each year.

Demystify Grey: identify and control the undertones in this wonderful neutral.

The duration of the event is 45 minutes, followed by Q&A with Cora Collins.

Colour Theory for Creatives

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Event Type(s) Workshops
Tickets / Admission €15
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