||University students and faculty
||Friday, October 29, 2021, 3:00pm - 4:00pm EST
Color in Context for Architects & Designers
Following Juan Serra Lluch's Color for Architects book, university students from architecture and industrial design respond to real life cases with companies and institutions, and create a chromatic response to the challenge. Designing with color in context implies understanding the physical features of a space in concert with specific artistic, cultural, and social criteria.
- Juan Serra, School of Architecture (ETSA), Universitat Politécnica de València (UPV)
- Irene de la Torre, ETSA, UPV
- Patricia de Frutos, Marina Valle, and Pepe Sánchez-Malo, students Master of Advanced Architecture, UPV
- Paula Ballesteros Cavero, student Master of Design Engineering, UPV
FLUORESCENT FRIDAYS is a platform for university students from all disciplines to network with color professionals and fellow students, and to explore cutting-edge information about color’s role in our lives and applications in the world.
Global Student Chapter: The long range goal is to build a global student chapter that positions color as a multidimensional STEAM model (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math), sharing up-to-date color research by scientists, artists, designers, industry professionals, and university students.21st century color communication requires a commitment to building bridges for sharing resources, cultivating mentors, and creating new opportunities. With up-to-date information and useful tools, students become the next generation of leaders in ever-evolving color related disciplines.