ERA Architects

Dressing The Webster

Three rows of thumbnail image squares show the overall colour palette of neighbouring buildings on a streetscape

If you look closely enough, you’ll notice that every neighbourhood has its own unique colour palette, which helps define its character. Some are strictly uniform and monochromatic, while others are a wildly chaotic patchwork of distinct colours. Many of these shades and swatches stem from the materials used in a neighbourhood’s construction throughout the years. These material sources, over time, create a palimpsest which speaks to the local history. Continue reading…