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 The meanings are made through semiotic resources

which are realized both physically-through the design
and layout of th...
Summary
 Denotation & connotation
 Function and uses
 Selection and inclusion of objects
 Process type
London city hall
London city hall(2)
The City of the Arts and the
Sciences in Valencia, Spain
Curvy cafeteria designs in Seoul
National Centre for the performing
Arts in Beijing, China
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Makmanee.T. 2013. 22 examples of oddly oval architecture. [ONLINE]
Available at:http://www.trendhunt...
egg-shaped architectures
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egg-shaped architectures

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This is a presentation for one of my media courses. It's primarily related to the core of how some of these egg-shaped architectures(I picked a few as examples) around the world have constructed our metaphorical meaning through the way their display ideationally...please enjoy my hard work :)

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egg-shaped architectures

  1. 1.  The meanings are made through semiotic resources which are realized both physically-through the design and layout of the building, and discursively-through policies which dictate appropriate institutional goals(Ravelli, 2006, p.144)  the units are hierarchically organized in relation to each other: the smaller unites(such as exhibitions) build up meaning in relation to the larger unit(such as the institution), at the same time, the larger unites are made up of meanings at the lower level(Ravelli, 2006, p.145)
  2. 2. Summary  Denotation & connotation  Function and uses  Selection and inclusion of objects  Process type
  3. 3. London city hall
  4. 4. London city hall(2)
  5. 5. The City of the Arts and the Sciences in Valencia, Spain
  6. 6. Curvy cafeteria designs in Seoul
  7. 7. National Centre for the performing Arts in Beijing, China
  8. 8. reference      Makmanee.T. 2013. 22 examples of oddly oval architecture. [ONLINE] Available at:http://www.trendhunter.com/slideshow/oval-architecture. [Accessed 13 October 13]. McQuarrie.L. 2013. curvy cafeteria designs. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/food-court-design. [Accessed 13 October 13]. Ravelli, Louise.J, 2006. museum texts: communication frameworks. 1st ed. London and New York: Routledge. Spanish-Living.com. 2012. Valencia's City of Arts and Science Museum (Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias). [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.spanish-living.com/palaces-museums-galleriesspain/city-arts-and-science-valencia. [Accessed 13 October 13]. Twisted Sifter. 2013. The egg building in China-National Centre for performing Arts. [ONLINE] Available at: http://twistedsifter.com/2010/03/the-egg-building-beijing-china/. [Accessed 12 October 13].

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