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The earliest human form of art and decoration were red cave drawings, often from the blood of animals. Architectural terra cotta is invariably red, suggesting the most primordial of hues, a material lifted from the earth and touched with fire. In Chinese culture, red represents the active (yin) inextricably wed to the passive black (yang). Emily Dickinson: “Today I tasted life. It was a vast morsel. A circus passed the house—still I feel the red in my mind . ” Previous spread: Steven Holl Architects, Y House, Upstate New York, 1999.
Black mullions for glass walls make for a different reading than lighter choices such as brushed steel, aluminum or chrome. Black is stronger, more definitive, more weighty. A wing in the original museum has a wall of sheets of photo-sensitive glass over concrete block, the end result resembling marble. In responding to the original building, for the new Corning Museum of Glass, Phase Two, built in 1999 by Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects, the designers chose to use black in columns, window frames and other elements.
The dark ceiling has the effect of making the space more intimate. Nearby black shelving helps establish a datum, wherein the top of the shelving roughly corresponds to the height of the open bathroom ceiling. black 57 red “Red is the most positive of colors, the most violent, aggressive and exciting. It attracts the eye more than any other,” said Eric de Maré. The earliest human form of art and decoration were red cave drawings, often from the blood of animals. Architectural terra cotta is invariably red, suggesting the most primordial of hues, a material lifted from the earth and touched with fire.