As color designers we plan colorings and compose color tones in space and architecture. For us the color in its materialization is as important as its visual appearance.
At least a color manifests itself on the surface. But our planning reaches deeper: we think and plan color up from the basis, up from the scratch. The constant discussion of the conditions of color and coloration and their contexts often leads us to surprising solutions. If those convince aesthetically and technically, we consider a coloring as successful.