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There is an architecture of color. Did you know that? Emmanuelle Moureaux creates space using colors and dividing it through that. It’s a powerful statement and from the start it’s a sure thing that the public will react to such a project. This time, the expert created a space for the 2013 Shinjuku Creators Festa in Japan.
What is beautiful about this project is the fact that it reminds of Pantone colors, therefore is a common thing, but here it becomes the concept behind the project, thus making the public rethink the famous code. And who would have thought that so many colors at the same time wouldn’t create some sort of a “noise”? The colors create a very positive space, and the light put an accent on each color and on each degree. It’s a nice way of showing color in different degrees that blend so well together.