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1 Tutorial Question 1 Beginning with Charles Moore, Piazza d’Italia and using the list of readings and other projects, Explain the role of semiotics and signs in the emergence of post-modernism. Presenters: Yue Hua Qiu (Natasha) Chiu Chun Kit (Ray)

2 MODERNISM Breaking from history, no ornamentation Simplification of form concrete, steel, glass Functional spaces Sacred spaces

3 POST-MODERNISM Return-history Humanism Communication representation of architecture Narrative presentation

4 THE FEATURE OF POST-MODERNISM ARCHITECTURES Representing history – communication, becoming more human. building as a sign -- stands for other meaning besides architecture, like commercial. Narrative -- using linguistic method to create architecture or using architecture to speak things Basic on modernism, and didn’t create new theory history but challenging the preconception of modernism architecture

5 PIAZZA D’ITALIA – Charles Moore Represent history element – form, color and light. Humanism - Communication with city and people Meaning of building -- refer to the map of Italia city

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7 THE PORTLAND BUILDING Represent Italian architectural history

8 AT&T BUILDING Convey meaning by Recognizable historical symbol

9 AUSTIAN TRAVEL BUREAU -- Hans Hollein Different elements stands for different feature of the country Used wall poster to show the world Architecture indicated a meaning of experience of travel the world

10 LAS VEGAS Present images, meanings Communicate with people

11 LAS VEGAS

12 CONCLUSION -Post-modernism inherit the historical architecture including the modernism. -Signs provide meanings of history, story, communication...so on -Post-modernism enrich the following architectural theories and architecture.

13 Bibliography: David, Littlejohn. “The Piazza D’italia.” In Architect the Life & Work of Charles W. Moore, California, MIT Press,1965. Ghirardo, Diane. “Introduction.” In Architecture after Modernism, 28 – 40. New York: Thames & Hudson, Jencks, Charles. “ the concept of Postmodernism (II).” In The language of post-modern architecture, Rev. enl. Edn, London : Academy Editions Venturi, Robert, and Denise Scott Brown. “Part 1: A Significance for a &p Parking Lots, or Learning from Las Vegas.” in Learning from Las Vegas, edited by Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown and Steven lzenour, 3 – 73. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, Vidler, Anthony. “Postmodern of Posthistorie?” In Histories of the Immediate Present, 191 – 200. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, IMAGES: The Villa Savoye, Le Corbusier. Accessed August 9, corbusier.html. Google. ’’Big Duck Store’’ Accessed August 11, corbusier.htmlhttp://www.essential-architecture.com/IMAGES2/Big_Duck.JPG Google. “GROUND PLAN OF PIAZZA D’ITALIA IN NEW ORLEANS.” ground-plan-of-piazza-ditalia-inPIAZZA D’ITALIAhttp://betonbabe.tumblr.com/post/ /charles-moore- ground-plan-of-piazza-ditalia-in Google. “Shops and Interiors.” Verkehrsbuero” Verkehrsbuero Google.’’Sony Building (New York)’’ Accessed August 11, Google. ’’Las Vegas’’ Accessed August 11, 2013.http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8229/ _d1e0b081a4_c.jpghttp://farm9.staticflickr.com/8229/ _d1e0b081a4_c.jpg


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