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Deconstructive architecture

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philosophy of deconstructive architecture by jaqueos derreda

philosophy of deconstructive architecture by jaqueos derreda


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  • 1. DECONSTRUCTIVISM IN ARCHITECTURE  Jacques derrida (july 15 1930-oct 2004) was a french philospher. He developed the critical theory known as deconstruction and his work has been labeled as post-structuralism and associated with postmodern philosophy.  In the 1980's a new tendency was born: the deconstruction, which was also called "new modern architecture" in its beginning. It was meant to replace post modern architecture.  The idea was to develop buildings which show how differently from traditional architectural conventions buildings can be built without loosing their utility and still complying with the fundamental laws of physics
  • 2. Important events in the history of the deconstructivist movement include the 1982 Parc de la Villette architectural design competition (especially the entry from Jacques Derrida and Peter Eisenman and Bernard Tschumi's winning entry). , the Museum of Modern Art’s 1988Deconstructivist Architecture exhibition in New York, organized by Philip Johnson and Mark Wigley, and the 1989 opening of the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, designed by Peter Eisenman. Parc de la Villette, Paris, France
  • 3.  It is characterized by ideas of fragmentation, an interest in manipulating ideas of a structure's surface or skin, non-rectilinear shapes which serve to distort and dislocate some of the elements of architecture, such as structure and envelope. Museum of Modern Art Midtown Manhattan New York City
  • 4. Libeskind's Imperial War Museum North in Manchester. A prime example of deconstructivist architecture comprising three fragmented, intersecting curved volumes which symbolise the destruction of war. Wexner Center for the Arts Ohio State University North High Street Columbus, Ohio
  • 5. SOME ARCHITECTS WITH DECONSTRUCTIVISM FRANK O GEHRY PETER EISENMAN BERNARD TSCHUMI REM KOOLHAAS ZAHA HADID DANIEL LIBESKIND COOP HIMMELB Walt Disney Concert Hall Los Angeles, California Parc de la Villette, Paris, France
  • 6. SOME BUILDING EXAMPLES ON DECONSTRUCTIVISM Guggenheim Museum ,Bilbao. ARCHITECT-FRANK O GEHRY
  • 7. UFA PALAST, GERMANY 1998 ARCHITECT-COOP HIMMELB
  • 8. SEATTLE CENTRAL LIBRARY ARCHITECT-REM KOOLHAAS
  • 9. JEWISH MUSEUM ,BERLIN GERMANY ARCHITECT –DANAIEL LIBESKIND