It is the constant endeavor of The AEC Associates Architectural CAD Services to convert the dreams of their clients into solid structures of bricks and stones, concrete and steel. One has to choose each and every element of a building to get the desired result, and colors also play a vital role for making a design a great success. They have the power to transform the mood and quality of a space; thus they assume a great significance for Architectural CAD services in their effort to make buildings look warm, friendly and aesthetically pleasing.
Roles colors play:
By definition, color is a virtual perception through which we are able to identify so many things in our surroundings. Without colors, everything would virtually be monochrome, making life dull and monotonous. Some of the reasons why colors are so significant for the designers are as follows.
- Colors reflect owner’s personality:
Architectural CAD services try to produce buildings that reflect the personality of their owners, colors help them achieve this objective. Your choice would convey what kind of a person you are; flashy or bright colors would reflect a vibrant personality, however, a sober person would go for light or neutral colors in most cases. It’s important to understand the personality and preferences of the client before you finalize the colors for a building.
- Colors can lift your mood:
Colors have an amazing ability to lift instantly the mood of a person. One often feels their mood uplifted in an instant when they enter a building, or on the contrary, they may suddenly feel depressed or even irritated watching a building or sitting in a room. Colors have the power of making you buoyant or depressed, happy or sad. It’s important for Architectural CAD services to make full use of the paints to create a positive mindset as well as a happy mood for the people. They can use sunny hues to create an atmosphere of joy and gaiety. You can certainly alter the mood of a space dramatically by altering the color scheme there.
- Colors can create positive visual illusions:
Colors have this power to create visual illusions to suit the needs of a design. For example, dark colors may be used to make a big façade or interior space look smaller than they actually are. Similarly, a smaller space can be given the visual perception of being much bigger by using lighter or sober colors.