• Each student is expected to develop a color design of the space according to their analysis
and understanding of their client’s requirements.
• Students will be assigned “clients” who have volunteered to offer a virtual meeting
. Below are further details about the interview.
• A color concept, then needs to be established and developed.
The end result of each student should include 2 to 3 well-designed A2-sized sheets to include the
1 or 2 Boards of Conceptual design and Case Study Analysis:
This board should contain the following:
• A unique and short title
• Case Studies (previous designs that tackle the same issues/functions)
• A written design concept statement: This includes your ideas on the selected color palette,
the interaction of colors as well as the impact of color temperatures (warm, cool or neutral),
impact and meanings of specific hues (Red, yellow, orange…etc.), impact and meanings of
vividness or lack of it, mood, atmosphere, or impression of the space (conduct a survey to
capture the emotions and impressions of the audience).
• A mood board supported by tools such as the color schemes and marked color wheel
1 or 2 Boards – Color Design Process and Development
In this stage you will use the plans and elevations as well as 3D views to communicate the
application of your color design with an idea of finishing materials. So you will need to provide:
• One colored plan + 4 colored elevations.
• At least one 3D drawing. You can trace an existing picture of use a sketch or isometric
projection, or photograph a physical model, or generate renderings from a computer generated
3D model. Whatever means of presentation is chosen, the axonometric should
reflect your presentation skills and design idea.
2 FORMAT & DELIVERABLES
Using appropriate drawing conventions and with the aid of CAD, show the following using
appropriate drawing scale and view ports.
- Sufficient number of orthographic drawings showing color in the designed space
- Sufficient number of Interior axonometric views from various angles and scenes
Remember to show textures and material, as well as furnitures