Pantone-like Building in Paris

Designed by French architecture group Périphériques, the atrium of the Jussieu University of Paris is a brilliant splash of colors that answers the question of how it would feel to walk through a Pantone book. 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.




sources: peripheriques-architectes, yankodesign