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Color Spaces Representation and Its Role in the Architectural Design


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15866/irece.v9i5.14992

Abstract


The aesthetics production is one of the most essential requirements of any architectural scheme. In addition, the chosen color scheme is the base of the architectural presentation, starting from the architectural design stage on the computer screens to the printing stage of posters and architectural drawings, and then implementing the stage as a schedule execution embodiment. Thus, this study has focused on the denominator of all these stages that are represented in the color systems, deducted from the basic colors (RGB), the color spaces, and its simulations. This can be represented in a mathematical form, then it can be embodied as a technical form in order to simplify the capability of the transform, the transport, and the basic treatment on it utilizing proper mathematical formulas for each color system or color space. Subsequently, directing the ideal methods in the printing process is led by an accurate simulation of the colors with the virtual existence. This paper includes the use of the color wheel and of the color grading, some simulations of the colors mixing processes, and the ratios changing method using MATLAB software. The study shows the reflection of the color assortment in the architectural design.
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Basic Colors; Color Spaces; Color Wheel; Architectural Presentation

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