Today, Meier's building reveals Post Modernist traits, collaging geometric elements or fragments (the original drawings appropriated human figures from Seurat).
What does POMO stand for?
POMO stands for Post Modernist
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We have 1 other meaning of POMO in our Acronym Attic
- Port of Missing Men (book & movie)
- Preliminary Operating and Maintenance Manual
- Potsdam Magnetic Model of the Earth
- Post Modern Mass Mailer (software)
- Prisoners of Mother England
- Portland Online MusicNet
- Permanent Open Market Operation (banking)
- Point of Maximum Opportunity
- Polulle Oman Mentorin Ohjauksessa (Finnish prison program)
- Position Of Maximum Opportunity
- Primary Open Market Operation (finance)
- Production Oriented Maintenance Organization
- Provisional Office for Mass Organisational Affairs
- Protection of the Mother of God (Rochester, NY)
- Peace of Mind Project (the Alliance on Mental Illness)
- Performance Outcomes Measures Project (US AoA)
- Pervasive Object Model Project (computing)
- Point of Maximum Potential
- Principal Outer Membrane Protein (molecular biology)
- Private Ownership and Management Program (New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A plenary indulgence could be offered as an incentive to Post Modernists.
According to Bell, Major defines his post modernist style without traditional protagonists or plots.
Many of the tenets of post modernist architecture were forged in Complexity and Contradiction: 'Both-And', double coding, duck and decorated shed, the 'difficult whole'.
Those of us with pre or post modernist scruples who have tried to avoid the trap of 'architectural determinism', ie of wanting to believe that architecture on its own has the power to make people wiser, happier or more productive, have perhaps underestimated the more complex, indirect and symbolic aspects of the relationship between buildings and people.