Paper Title
Architectural Utilization of Colorful Materials Focused on Dye-sensitized Solar Cells

The Purpose of this study is to suggest guidelines for color design according to architectural use, especially for dye-sensitized solar cells (DSC). Even for the same application, the efficiency of color application will vary depending on the size or application area. The designer must meet the needs of the user through the detailed composition of the size and coverage area, and the necessity of suggesting an auxiliary and a highlight color centering on the cast color through the ratio of each area. Even if it is a representative color, the color satisfaction differs depending on the material regarding on the emotional image to be obtained through color. At this point, solar cells should focus on the implementation of one image through color research. As a result of the study, the evaluation methods for color utilization were considered to be a rough and reliable test for the existing buildings. Therefore, it can be concluded that the color utilization analyses derived from the research can be meaningful in developing dye-sensitized solar cells, an advanced type of BIPV (Building Integrated Photovoltaics) having colors. Index Terms - Colorful Materials, Photovoltaic Cells, Dye-sensitized Solar Cells, Emotion Technology