Adding colors to the Social help center for people with limited abilities and old people in Moscow, Russia
According to color psychology, colors can have a surprisingly positive impact on people's emotions and behavior. Knowing this, AkzoNobel brought positivity to the center by adding color to the interior of the event hall.Russia, Reutov (Moscow)
According to color psychology, colors can have a surprisingly positive impact on people’s emotions and behavior. Knowing this, AkzoNobel brought positivity to the center by adding color to the interior of the event hall.
The social help center is a cultural and hobby center for the local old people and people with limited abilities. We wanted to bring more positivity and life to it, so we added colors to its event hall that is used as a cinema, concert hall and class room. Before this, the hall had not been renovated for 9 years, but after painting, it became a real Dream room for its visitors.
We created the artistic painting “Apple Garden at dawn” with volunteer artists from the local artists’ community, employees, local old people and heroes of a national TV program. Every color was picked carefully with the goal to create a place where colors will indirectly affect emotions and behavior in a positive way.
Soothing tones and gentle colors were used to connect with the emotions of the people, and after finishing the job, the feedback suggests that that new environment positively impacts their mood each time they visit the hall now.
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