Postmodernist architecture used narrative structures, connotation, and denotation. Is this something you also use in your own work?

//Postmodernist architecture used narrative structures, connotation, and denotation. Is this something you also use in your own work?

Postmodernist architecture used narrative structures, connotation, and denotation. Is this something you also use in your own work?

Postmodernist architecture used narrative structures, connotation, and denotation. Is this something you also use in your own work? Have you ever tried to tell a story through your design? Was it abstracted, or literal? How successful was the approach? What value can you find in it?

Write a blog post about one of your projects and explain it and its relationship to narrative structures. Your entry has to be a minimum of 600 words and has to include images and illustrations, so we can understand the project.

Try to be as precise as possible in your explanations and focus on the given theme, narration in interior architecture.

Your final blog entry will cover one of your projects again. It can be the same project as in Blog 3, or a different one. Pick a project that in some way could be seen as a ‘grafting’ in the sense we discussed throughout the course. What different influences can be seen in it? How are they transformed? Are there different types of geometry simultaneously present? What are the intentional ‘impurities’ in the project? Your blog entry has to be a minimum of 600 words. Also add images and illustrations.

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