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Colours, light & well-being : Characterisation of chromatic phenomena in collective housing

Abstract : The objective of the study presented is to demonstrate the value of a chromatic and luminous analysis of a place in the pre-design phase. This analysis protocol is part of a designer's ethic which is to anticipate and respond to the conscious and unconscious needs of users, thus participating in the construction of a quality approach. Using the case study of the "Bonamour" project (Capbreton, France), we question the value and interest of promoting a protocol that favours a benevolent and differentiated design approach. This will allow us to evaluate the relevance of the devices applied. Ultimately, the data collected and the recommendations applied to the project will enable property developers to gradually turn towards a more inclusive and sensitive design of lighting and colour applied in the residential sector.
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Caumon Lorrain, Georges Zissis, Céline Caumon, Élodie Bécheras, Estelle Guerry, et al.. Colours, light & well-being : Characterisation of chromatic phenomena in collective housing. 14th AIC Congress, AIC, International Colour Association, Aug 2021, Milano, Italy. pp.148. ⟨hal-03333992⟩

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