Colour, Light and Our Mood

Bi-fold windows offer unobstructed view of the park

Isn’t it fascinating how colours can completely change the feel of a room?

I’ve been delving into colour psychology lately, and it’s amazing how different hues affect our mood. Warm colours like red and orange bring energy to social spaces, while cool tones like blue and green create a calming atmosphere, perfect for relaxation.

Neutrals like white and grey provide a versatile backdrop for any style.


Green tint glass with small basin, Shoreham studio

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Neon light upon collector objects and furnishings.


Upward angled skylight to catch and bring the sun into the kitchen

Considering your personal preferences is key when choosing colours for your space. After all, your home should reflect your unique personality and make you feel comfortable.

We believe in the transformative power of natural light and we consider how sun-drenched spaces uplift spirits and inspire productivity, while the gentle glow of afternoon rays creates a cozy retreat for relaxation. Even in dimmer areas, soft light fosters a sense of calm and focus.

Harnessing natural light, we craft environments that nurture creativity, happiness, and well-being.


The central courtyard brings in light and green spaces

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A view to the changing sky.


Double glazed skylight and U-form stained glass atrium

At DiMase Architects, we understand the power of colour and light in shaping your environment. With a keen eye for detail and a deep appreciation for your individuality, we weave vibrant hues and natural light into every aspect of our designs. From energising social spaces to serene residential spaces, we create harmonious environments that reflect your personality and enhance your well-being.

Our commitment to personalisation ensures that each space is a reflection of your lifestyle and design preferences, fostering joy, creativity, and comfort. We love bringing projects to life in full colour and daylight.