Colors: Architecture in Detail.Colors: Architecture in Detail
Oscar Riera Ojeda and James McCown, authors; Paul Warchol, photography
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The third volume in the "Architecture in Detail" series, Colors: Architecture in Detail explores the work of top architects and interior designers working today. Especially focusing on the form/color duality Duality (physics)
The state of having two natures, which is often applied in physics. The classic example is wave-particle duality. The elementary constituents of nature—electrons, quarks, photons, gravitons, and so on—behave in some respects , Colors is filled cover to cover with beautiful photographs illustrating rooms and exteriors based around the impact of various colors: white, black, red, blue, yellow, brown, gray, green, and polychrome pol·y·chrome
1. Having many or various colors; polychromatic.
2. Made or decorated in many or various colors: polychrome tiles.
n. . Paragraph highlights draw attention to specific details, but the majority of Colors not of the white race; - commonly meaning, esp. in the United States, of negro blood, pure or mixed.
See also: Color focuses squarely upon the almost dreamlike images themselves. A truly captivating cap·ti·vate
tr.v. cap·ti·vat·ed, cap·ti·vat·ing, cap·ti·vates
1. To attract and hold by charm, beauty, or excellence. See Synonyms at charm.
2. Archaic To capture. volume simply to page through.