From Many Colours Comes One
Matching a colour sounds simple. But what do you do when a customer shows you a tableau of colours to translate into one? SEKISUI SPI Global Creative David Scott and Colour Development Specialist John English show both the creative and technical process in action.
In product development, what you can’t see can make all the difference. Enter the world of thermoplastic sheets for aircraft interiors. (From Aircraft Interiors Magazine Showcase, Issue 2015.)
Matching Custom Colours
Capturing specific qualities and essential emotions
Creating Inspired Choices
The colour development process and its myriad possibilities for designers
Forming Lasting Impressions
The difference between colour in flat samples and molded parts can be truly stunning
What is Colour?
Colour can be used to evoke a limitless range of emotions, from the sublime to the sensational
Variations On Black and White
Variations can complement the full range of colours in the KYDEX® thermoplastics palette
Collaborating with SEKISUI SPI
Developing the thermoplastic canvasses that make bold new colour palettes possible.
Thinking Globally About Colour
SEKISUI SPI actively seeks inspiration for its colour collections from varied cultures, locales and design trends and traditions
Conceptualizing in Colour
Influences, inspiration and ideation behind the SEKISUI SPI colour palette
Going Beyond Colour Matching
SEKISUI SPI Global Creative David Scott and Colour Development Specialist John English explore the unique SPI approach that takes colour creation to the realms of emotion, branding and subtle perception, and gives customers more choices than ever.
Texture Is The New Colour
Textures can free designers to create the new
SEKISUI SPI: Creating Inspired Colours
The challenge of creating colours from any inspiration