About the Course
A further exploration of colour and materials. Expand knowledge and apply nuance to colour scheme development. Focus on hard surfaces - timbers and tiles.
By the end of the course you will be able to
Use the colour wheel to support interior design colour palette decision making.
Personalise standard colour schemes from the colour wheel by applying decisions regarding chroma, value and hue.
Assess the success of an interior design colour scheme in relation to the brief and concept board.
Understand the basics of timber based materials and understand the various requirements for successful specification.
Understand the basics of ceramic, porcelain and stone tiles and understand the various requirements for successful specification.
Class format and activities
This is an interactive class where discussion, trial and testing are undertaken by all of the students in support of one another.
In order to ensure that you make the best possible progress on your course, you will have regular feedback from your tutor, in a constructive and supportive environment.
A good understanding of spoken and written English. Good mobility for a day out in London visiting design showrooms. Completion of Colour and Materials 1 desirable but not essential. A love and passion for interior design!
What you need to know before you enrol
There are no prior requirements for taking this class.
What you will need for your class
A basic gouache paint set. Standard moveable colour wheel optional. Both available from art supply stores or on the internet. Pen and paper. Camera phone or tablet with internet access.
What you can do next:
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