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Meaningful Architecture. Social Interpretations of Buildings (Worldwide Archaeology, Vol 9). by Martin Locock. Published February 1994 by Avebury.
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of social interpretation . The Companion to Social Archaeology is the first scholarly work to explore the encounter of social theory and archaeology over the past two decades.
The aim of the architect is to create meaningful architecture that is. .
The aim of the architect is to create meaningful architecture that is adequate for occupants' needs as meaningful architecture refers to a set of intentions, visions and solutions that can be provided by design, guiding the architectural process from concept formation to construction and use. Present study proposes ameaning model for understanding, diagnosing the sources of meaning in 21 st century architecture. As a result, specific interpretations of meaning of the social- physical phenomenon was developed in narrative form and holistic fashion
Author: Martin Locock
Publisher: Avebury (February 1, 1994)
Pages: 320 pages
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