This peer reviewed conference paper focused on a new approach to environmental colour harmony.
The paper was presented at the EDRA conference in Vancouver ain 2005. In this paper, I proposed a new approach for colour harmony and planning policy. This approach was based on the findings of my PhD research.
My research findings suggested that judgements about colour harmony are highly variable. Some people align hue similarity with colour harmony and other people people suggest colour contrast underpins colour harmony. In light of my research findings, I proposed a strong case for environmental colour diversity so as to reflect diversity of colour harmony views.
The paper is one of a number of papers that formed my PhD research. I received great feedback about the paper at the EDRA Vancouver conference so I was able to move forward with my PhD research program.
The paper is available from the EDRA archive. Please email if you would like a copy of the paper.