HEWI translates the color theory of Goethe into the bathroom world of today

02/19


Portrait Dirk Dietz

Dirk Dietz is a marketing specialist. He spent 12 years in office- and field-based sales for ALNO AG before moving to HEWI and focusing on barrier-free accessibility. Since 2013 he has been working at the HEWI Training Center, where he teaches architects, planners and processors from Germany and abroad all about barrier-free planning and construction.

Portrait Bernd Steltner

Bernd Steltner is an engineer who specialises in interior architecture. He worked as a lighting planner for Hoffmeister before moving to HEWI, where he started out in product development before moving to the Accessibility Service Center. Today he is a trainer at the HEWI Training Centre, where he has been passing on his knowledge and expertise to thousands of enthusiastic customers and partners for decades.

Goethe spent more than 20 years restlessly thinking, constantly researching and experimenting with colours and their subjective impact. He developed a Theory of Colours and – astonishingly – considered it the most important part of his work. “Imagination & Sensuality” aims to trigger curiosity about the world of colours with an emotional look at their effects – including in rooms.

 

Colour is as much part of life as red is part of a strawberry. “Ruby Red & Apple Green” stand for HEWI’s palette of colours and materials for generating moods, providing orientation and creating atmosphere. It’s no coincidence that they have been proving themselves in architecture for 50 years and offer a diverse range of finishes and materials for design concepts in architecture: high-gloss or matt polyamide, brushed stainless steel, chrome, powder coating in various nuances and bicolor as a combination of polyamide and metal.


Lecture: Phantasy & Sensuality – Goehte | Colour | Space vs. Ruby & Apple Green – HEWI | Colour | Space

Speaker: Bernd Steltner and Dirk Dietz, HEWI

Date: Wednesday, 13. March 2019, 11:00 am

Location: Saal Europa, Hall 4.0, ISH Frankfurt/Main

The lecture will be translated into English simultanously.


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