Blog Post #10: A+L Around XCP Campus

Literal Architecture





Figurative Architecture

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The garden with the statue of Mary represents literal architecture because it is the actual design of the garden. It is literally depicting what the actual garden looks like. The bunch of roses, however, represents the anatomy of the architecture. The roses make up what the garden is, making it the figurative architecture.


Literal Landscape





Figurative Landscape





The literal landscape is a layout of Xavier. The photo is showing the real architect and items that make up Petznick field of the school. However, the figurative landscape depicts what Xavier is filled with…which is regular girls like Jopae. She represents the fulfillment of the landscape of Xavier.


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