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unplanned wanderings: and the discovery of a pier

My question here revolves around my orientation with my own work; my own frustrations and inability to so often answer the question “can a meaningful place be designed?”
This journey examines the theory of semiotics. Through this, three strategies have been developed to explore the branches of semiotic research in Landscape Architecture.
The first strategy allows meaning to develop through time, and it is with the repeated usage of people that meaning will accrue. The second strategy shows how meaning can be determined before the design through mapping current and desired locations of meaning in space. And, the third strategy reflects on how meaning emerges from the earth when no interference from designers or users occurs.
The result of the three individual strategies is a combination of solutions, illustrating how to create places of true richness. This new space will engage visitors, pull in new visitors, and help create something memorable for those engaging in a space.

Identiferoai:union.ndltd.org:LACETR/oai:collectionscanada.gc.ca:MWU.1993/3089
Date15 September 2008
CreatorsWilliamson, Micheal
ContributorsPerron, Richard (Landscape Architecture), Tate, Alan (Landscape Architecture) Clark, Douglas (Partner's Program, Faculty of Architecture)
Source SetsLibrary and Archives Canada ETDs Repository / Centre d'archives des thèses électroniques de Bibliothèque et Archives Canada
Languageen_US
Detected LanguageEnglish

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