Journal of Innovative Research in Engineering Sciences



Interior design of Ghazvin Daneshmand high school by examining the effect of color

Pezhman Majidi

Today, giving the concepts of environmental psychology, paying attention to it is important in designing indoor educational spaces for getting an ideal atmosphere for students. Color has an undeniable effect on students' learning. Suitable colors can create a situation that is instructing, meaning that it leads to self-confidence and distances fear from the student. The purpose of the study was to examine the effect of color on designing interior design of educational centers. This study tried to prepare a list of the indices of color effect to provide and guide the designers of the educational centers to increase the satisfaction of the students and improve the quality of educational environments. With theoretical and descriptive-analytical approaches, the paper tried to collect data using library and documentary studies and analyze the components of nature in health centers. Colors have a critical role in enhancing the environmental conditions. From aesthetics point of view, the color can provide attractive and appealing conditions for the individuals, making it more attractive and uplifting that accelerates the person in the stages of education. Moreover, we can use the color features to meet the specific needs of individuals.

Published on the web: 2018-12-25
Received : 2018-11-11
Submitting : 2018-10-18
Keyword:1- interior design
Keyword:2- color effect
Keyword:3- learning

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