USE OF COLOUR IN INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE

Colour is an essential part of architecture and design and in today’s global market the professional colour user needs to work with a system that is not limited to South Africa only but that is used internationally. This is why the SABS chose to move the South African national colour standard SANS 1091 to NCS in 2004.

The workshop, which runs alongside Decorex Joburg, aims at giving a basic knowledge about colour as visual phenomena. A thorough explanation of the Natural Colour System theoretically together with a series of exercises will be covered. The same exercises that have been used the world over for 75 years!

Delegates will also receive complimentary trade access to Decorex Joburg, 100% Design South Africa and the International Sourcing Fair.

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The African Institute of the Interior Design Professions (IID) is the only professional body representing the Interior Design industry in South Africa. It operates nationally with representation in GautengKwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern and Western Cape.

The Institute is dedicated to establishing, promoting and maintaining expertise, professionalism, sound business practice and high standards throughout the industry.

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