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similar but different

  • color flood Chameleon has a relationship with the Intype Color Flood. Both use colored light to fill the interior space; however, Color Flood features only one hue to homogenize a space, and its effect does not change over time. In contrast, Chameleon employs multiple hues of non-static saturated light. Additionally, Color Flood encompasses the entire space, whereas Chameleon emerges on only one plane, several surfaces or envelop an entire room.

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bibliographic citations

1) The Interior Archetypes Research and Teaching Project, Cornell University, (accessed month & date, year).

2) Lee, Elizabeth Erin. “Theory Studies: Contemporary Archetypical Practices of Transformative Interior Design. M.A. Thesis, Cornell University, 2010.