When Pantone Met Architecture!

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Who wouldn’t want to attend a university as deliciously Wes Andersonian as this? Designed by french architecture group Périphériques and photographed by Ludwig Favre, the atrium of the Jussieu University of Paris is literally a splash of colors. With each floor being color coded with pastel shades, the colors end up serving as guidelines, becoming not just interior decoration, but also a solid way-finding system to guide students as well as outsiders. Not to mention with a school building looking this uniquely attractive, its beauty would probably help boost the attendance of students!


For a university of science and medicine, this place sure looks the opposite of intimidating!


Designer: Périphériques architectes










(Source: www.yankodesign.com)



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