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Theme 3 The Biological Social and Cultural Aspects of Understanding Architecture III

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Theme 3 ­ The Biological, Social, and Cultural Aspects of  Understanding Architecture III 03/11/2013 Identifying the requisite knowledge for architecture Representation Problem solving Seeing/spatial experience Spatial analysis Institutional analysis The process of mediated vision is thus understood as the substitution of a cultural visual space  for the space­time continuum Signifier  ▯signified               Code (what relates the signifier to the signified) The relationship between signifier and signified is not immutable or universal – it is arbitrary The code must be learned Meaning is cultural Behavior – meaning is rooted in human nature Two kinds of relationships we have with objects Our abilit
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