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DEVELOPING OF ECO-FRIENDLY "GREEN" MATERIALS FOR CREATING A HARMONIOUS COLOR ENVIRONMENT

E. Gontar, V. Danilov, M. Frolova, A. Ayzenshtadt
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

At the present time many building of Arkhangelsk are built based on standard project. In the main these project don’t take into account the negative factor of northern conditions. For such territories of cities it is necessary to create specific conditions for the formation of human habitat, including special color solutions. The study analyzes the features of the formation of a harmonious color environment and the factors of color. Also the need of using the concept of forming an urban environment based on the consideration of various factors was identified. The introduction of unified color solutions was carried out on the example of a separate region on the territory of which active development is conducted. One of the methods for creating coatings for various facade materials based on the use of environmentally friendly materials is presented. The introduction of dispersed material into the coating composition can lead to improved decorative and performance properties of the coatings. The proposed options of forming and correcting the color image of the city and the method of creating color coatings for various building materials on the basis of common natural raw materials contribute to the most qualitative management of the city’s coloring. This, in turn, has a positive effect on the psycho-emotional state of a local citizen.

Keywords: green materials, coatings, coloristic, Arkhangelsk, harmonious color environment


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