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Color and sound in architecture
There are many architectural aspects that architects focus on: construction, proportions, flow of movement, thermal qualities, and many others. That is for the user whom they assume has all five senses to intake all the different aspects of the building.

Yet when we design a building for a person who has one of these senses missing then we need to enhance the other senses to make that person feel the space, form and function and experience them by himself/herself. I choose here the hearing and sight disabilities. How can we use color and sound to enhance the value of a building and make it readable to the disabled in sight and vision?
Nada Ishaq
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Color and sound in architecture
hi nada;
there is a musem in germany about the "Jüdisches Museum "...the experience about sound and light there is increadible ..i have a friend who visited it ..u may search for it and study it
Marwa Yousef
Color and sound in architecture
hi nada;
there is a musem in germany about the "Jüdisches Museum "...the experience about sound and light there is increadible ..i have a friend who visited it ..u may search for it and study it http://www.jmberlin.de/ thats the link
Marwa Yousef
Color and sound in architecture
hi nada;
there is a musem in germany about the "Jüdisches Museum "...the experience about sound and light there is increadible ..i have a friend who visited it ..u may search for it and study it http://www.jmberlin.de/ thats the link
Marwa Yousef
Color and sound in architecture
hi nada,
as u were talking 'bout colour and sound for visually impaired people, u should take care as of what kind of colour ur using. 'cause only colours that don't strain the partially blind people should used and contrast colours should be used for them to distinguish areas.
while for sound u should think 'bout the height and width ratio. 'cause in a room which echos a bit( not too much)is preferable and a place that remains peaceful in surrounding areas..u should observe them while they r working u'll notice the importance of sound...
bye...
Nista Dugar
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