Nathalie_Guez wrote:Hi to all,
I find it very interesting that in two different forums, the Industrial Design community have reached the same conclusion: Aluminum / Silver color, Grey. (to my point of view are very similar)
If I thought associating PINK color to Insdustrial Design surprising in the first place, the results of these 2 discussions show me, that it might be a good idea to fix it Pink when everyone expects Grey.
Taking in consideration the context of the WORLD DESIGN SUMMIT 2017 where all 6 design disciplines will be associated with an expected color, won't we want to differentiate ourselves?
Why is it a good idea to fix it pink when everyone expects grey? Why isn't landscape architecture represented with an unexpected color to differentiate themselves? Why isn't landscape architecture pink? I certainly wouldn't expect pink, so maybe it's a good idea to fix it pink when everyone else expects green.
tbqh, this just seems like advertising for world design summit.
Fun fact about aluminum and anodizing: grey is really hard to control in anodizing.