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Inhaltsangabe: Is there such a thing as "pure black"? In this book, Katrin Trautwein shows us how many shades of grey and different pigments can go into creating this special colour, to which countless meanings are attached both in Western culture and other parts of the world. By means of high-grade screen prints, the publication makes the wide range of blacks tangible to the reader, belying the notion that black is the mere absence of light. On the contrary, the different black tones are uniquely suited to emphasizing nuances in lightness and darkness. These are the shades that create moods within architecture. A room can be designed without colour, but not without light and shadow - without them, it would have no form. The fascinating palette of black tones is accompanied by an essay that illuminates the subject from different perspectives.
Über den Autor: KATRIN TRAUTWEIN, born in Stuttgart in 1962, founded the company kt.COLOR in 1998. Since 2000, she has held the exclusive license to produce and distribute Le Corbusier colours
Buchbeschreibung Lars Müller Baden, 2014. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Wie neu. 1. Auflage. 2 Bände in Schuber. Artikel-Nr. 10826