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FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN AND PLANNING
Unit of Study Outline
DAAE2005: Designing with Colour 1,
Unit of Study Coordinator: Wendy Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jo Elliott, email@example.com
All design decisions involve decisions about colour within the fields of architecture,
applied design and art. This unit presents knowledge about colour theory as well as
research‐based information about colour and associated topics that can be used in
design. Information and knowledge about colour can vary in quality and reliability,
which is demonstrated. Students apply their skills and knowledge about colour
theory and colour design in the assignments of this unit.
This unit covers the processes of colour vision and other aspects of visual
perception. It also explores colour application from the Pre‐history period, as well
as selected colour theories of the Renaissance period through to the 21st century.
Common colour‐related constructs and the application of these in art, architecture
and design are discussed.
2. ACADEMIC CONTENT
Aims: Students will demonstrate a through understanding of the knowledge presented in learning
modules. They will be able to critically analyse colour and its relationship to design.
Outcomes: Learning outcomes are the key abilities and knowledge that will be assessed in this unit.
See assessment summary table below for details of which outcomes are assessed where. Outcomes
are listed according to the course goals that they support.
Problem‐ solving, design, and/ or planning (Level 2)
1. Colour design analysis and evaluation (Assessed in Critical analysis, Report )
Theoretical, social and/ or historic engagement (Level 1)
2. Various aspects of colour theory (Assessed in Critical analysis, Report )
Information literacy, learning and research skills