from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, or characteristic of scenography: "Contemporary design has a strongly scenographic appeal, as if modern rooms were meant to be stage sets” ( Los Angeles Times).
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- adj. Of or pertaining to scenography.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to scenography; drawn in perspective.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to scenography; drawn in perspective.
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In this period Teresa Żarnower gave up sculpture and created rigorous geometrical abstract compositions, strengthening her convictions regarding the need to link artistic questions with utilitarian functions by creating typographic designs and scenographic and architectonic projects.
Is the space immersive, or particularly sensorial or scenographic?
We see the Pop Century Resort as a third evolution of Pop Urbanism -- beyond that engaging the symbolic-surface makeup of the first Las Vegas, evolving from the Strip; beyond that engaging the scenographic formal makeup of the second Las Vegas, evolving from Disneyland.
Yet this isn't simply a place of scenographic drama, for tourists who come to gape and shoot inevitably turn their cameras on the surfers of the dark-silver waves - free spirits that show Fort Point to be inseparable from the San Francisco of today.
Slade, she studied stage and decorative painting, which may explain the strikingly scenographic quality of her larger paintings.
In this way, in the winning project, a scenographic figurative object representing a house creates a sense of transition between the "real exterior" and the "metaphorical exterior".
The first time I saw samples of her work, I was happily overwhelmed by her diversity of styles, her cute yet twisted characters, the radiant and infinite beauty in every piece she made, her delicate line, and her strong sense of style and scenographic space.
"The main problem was that, for scenographic reasons, we were obliged to hang the two main clusters 80 '(24. 5m) apart and couldn't install fill enclosures to cover the front rows of audience seating, which hosted key authorities, including the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi," says Gennaro.
Westminster Palace Gardens, red brick mansion block of 1897-9 by C.J. Chirney Pawley; and A.tillery House, modernistic, scenographic stonefaced offices with buttresses (1928-30) by Maurice Webb and H.A. Dawson.