THE SIGNIFICANCE PERCEPTION OF LANDSCAPE UNDER SEMIOTIC PERSPECTIVE

Zhao Liu
Ideally landscape should provide the public with a rich sense of perception. With the semiotic theory of landscape, we can see that there are three elements for the ideographic symbol means: graphic, indicator and token symbol. Through multiple case analysis of landscape, we found token symbols associated with the cultural background, which can produce a wide range of meaningful experiences. As a result, it is necessary for landscape design combined with the cultural symbols. This also achieves a fit with landscape contextual design.
Zhao Liu, (2013). THE SIGNIFICANCE PERCEPTION OF LANDSCAPE UNDER SEMIOTIC PERSPECTIVE. Acta Hortic. 999, 213-217
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2013.999.29
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2013.999.29
semiotics, landscape, significance
English

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