When applied in masterful brushstrokes to the built environment, color has an incredible visceral impact on human experience of space. While previous titles have looked at the use of color in print design, Color and Space is the logical next volume, focusing entirely on color in architecture and design. The utilization of color in these projects ranges from entire building interiors and exteriors painted matching neon green to painted yellow "shadows" falling poetically beneath table and store fixtures to giant skycrapers completely covered in purple and white stained glass panels. Types of spaces featured include retail shops, restaurants, offices, schools and play spaces, museums, and sporting and event facilities. Commisions for Versace, IBM, Godiva Chocolatier, and Louis Vuitton hold their own against sculptural installations. Signage, lighting, windows, paint choices, flooring and furniture elements are all considered in this tour of the world's most colorful buildings.