The AEC Associates Architectural CAD Drafting services strive hard to convert the dreams of their clients into solid structures of bricks and stones, concrete and steel. Colors play a vital role in transforming the mood and quality of a structure and thus they assume a great significance for Architectural CAD drafting. Color is a virtual perception through which we identify so many things in our surroundings; life would be so dull without colors. We discuss here some of the reasons colors are so significant for the designers.
- Reflection of owner’s personality:
Colors used in a building convey the personality of the owner in an unambiguous manner. A vibrant person would like to go for sparkling or flashy colors while a sober person would most likely prefer using light or neutral colors. It’s essential for Architectural CAD drafting to understand the personality and preferences of the client before finalizing the colors to be used for the exterior and interior of a structure.
- Lifting the moods:
You must have seen a building that instantly uplifted your mood, or on the contrary, made you feel down in an instant. Colors have this effect of making you buoyant or depressed, happy or sad. The designer can make full use of the paints to create a positive mindset and a happy mood in the buildings they design. Sunny hues may be used to create an atmosphere of gaiety even when there is gloom outside; a touch of vibrant red on white walls can be used to uplift the energy levels and give a cheerful feeling. The whole mood can be altered dramatically by altering the color scheme.
- Creating visual illusion:
Colors can be used to create visual illusions to suit the needs of the clients. Architectural CAD drafting can use dark colors to make a big façade or interior space look smaller. Similarly, lighter or sober colors can give the visual perception of a larger structure or interior space to a smaller one.
Architectural CAD drafting can make a good use of colors to give their buildings and interior spaces a positive, vibrant feeling. This would help them reflect the personality of their clients in the buildings and leave a mark of their own as well.