ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY RESEARCHPRESENTED BY:            PRESENTED TO:SELAHATTIN Özgen Bilen   Prof.ssa BARBARA GalliSYED AL...
PETER
Structure
WhatIs DECONSTRUCTIVISM?!!
DECONSTRUCTIVISMis a development of PostmodernArchitecture that began in thelate 1980s. It centers on theideas of FRAGMENT...
Who… EISENMAN?!!is
Born in 1932PETEREISENMANIs an AmericanArchitect. ADECONSTRUCTIVIST(Follows theDeconstruction DesignApproach.)
Born in 1932PETEREISENMANIs an AmericanArchitect. ADECONSTRUCTIVIST(Follows theDeconstruction DesignApproach.)HIS theories...
HIS Practice…At first EISENMAN rose as a memberof the New York Five (also known asTHE FIVE WHITES.)                       ...
HUMANA BUILDING(Louisville – Kentucky)          HIMSELFCHARLES GWATHMEY      JOHN HEJDUK    RICHARD MEIER & MICHAEL GRAVES
JUBILEE CHURCH       (Rome - Italy)          HIMSELFCHARLES GWATHMEY      JOHN HEJDUK    RICHARD MEIER & MICHAEL GRAVES
KREUZBERG TOWER   (Berlin - Germany)          HIMSELFCHARLES GWATHMEY      JOHN HEJDUK    RICHARD MEIER & MICHAEL GRAVES
MUSEUM OF  CONTEMPORARY ART(North Miami – Florida)          HIMSELFCHARLES GWATHMEY      JOHN HEJDUK    RICHARD MEIER & MI...
THESE ARCHITECTS WORK AT THETIME WAS OFTEN CONSIDERED AREWORKING OF THE IDEAS OF LECORBUSIER.EACH DEVELOPED UNIQUE STYLESA...
MEMORIAL TO THEMURDERED JEWS OF EUROPE       (Berlin – Germany)               HIMSELF     CHARLES GWATHMEY           JOHN ...
OTHER PROJECTS BY  PETER EISENMAN                    HOUSE VI (FRANK RESIDENCE)                        (Cornwall – Connect...
OTHER PROJECTS BY  PETER EISENMAN                    WEXNER CENTER FOR THE ARTS                     (Ohio State University...
Why…EISENMAN?!!
COMPLEX GEOMETRYEISENMAN has developed increasingly COMPLEXFORMULATIONS regarding the architectural designprocess, especia...
A NEW DESIGN PROCESSEISENMAN suggests a psychological void which provokesindividual and cultural anxiety and dislocation. ...
“If the Conceptual Underpinnings Are NotReadily Apparent Or Easily Seen in hisdesigns and buildings, the texts of thesepre...
Scope?   What’s The     Of Work
LE CORBUSIER
LE CORBUSIER
LE CORBUSIER
That’sIT…      Questions?!
091030 Architectural History
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

091030 Architectural History

548

Published on

Published in: Education
0 Comments
5 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
548
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
5
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

091030 Architectural History

  1. 1. ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY RESEARCHPRESENTED BY: PRESENTED TO:SELAHATTIN Özgen Bilen Prof.ssa BARBARA GalliSYED ALAMDAR HussainCUONG NguyenAMR Elesawy
  2. 2. PETER
  3. 3. Structure
  4. 4. WhatIs DECONSTRUCTIVISM?!!
  5. 5. DECONSTRUCTIVISMis a development of PostmodernArchitecture that began in thelate 1980s. It centers on theideas of FRAGMENTATION, aninterest in manipulating ideas ofa structures surface that distortsome of the elements ofarchitecture itself.Deconstructivists seek to movearchitecture Away From whatthey see as the confining Rulesof modernism such as "FormFollows Function", "Purity OfForm", and "Truth To Materials.”THEY PREFER TO STIMULATEUNPREDICTABILITY ANDCONTROL CHAOS.
  6. 6. Who… EISENMAN?!!is
  7. 7. Born in 1932PETEREISENMANIs an AmericanArchitect. ADECONSTRUCTIVIST(Follows theDeconstruction DesignApproach.)
  8. 8. Born in 1932PETEREISENMANIs an AmericanArchitect. ADECONSTRUCTIVIST(Follows theDeconstruction DesignApproach.)HIS theories on architecture pursue the emancipation andautonomy of the discipline and his work represents a continuedattempt to liberate form from all meaning.HE had strong cultural relationships with European intellectuals likehis English mentor COLIN ROWE and the Italian historian MANFREDOTAFURI.
  9. 9. HIS Practice…At first EISENMAN rose as a memberof the New York Five (also known asTHE FIVE WHITES.) HIMSELF CHARLES GWATHMEY JOHN HEJDUK RICHARD MEIER & MICHAEL GRAVES
  10. 10. HUMANA BUILDING(Louisville – Kentucky) HIMSELFCHARLES GWATHMEY JOHN HEJDUK RICHARD MEIER & MICHAEL GRAVES
  11. 11. JUBILEE CHURCH (Rome - Italy) HIMSELFCHARLES GWATHMEY JOHN HEJDUK RICHARD MEIER & MICHAEL GRAVES
  12. 12. KREUZBERG TOWER (Berlin - Germany) HIMSELFCHARLES GWATHMEY JOHN HEJDUK RICHARD MEIER & MICHAEL GRAVES
  13. 13. MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART(North Miami – Florida) HIMSELFCHARLES GWATHMEY JOHN HEJDUK RICHARD MEIER & MICHAEL GRAVES
  14. 14. THESE ARCHITECTS WORK AT THETIME WAS OFTEN CONSIDERED AREWORKING OF THE IDEAS OF LECORBUSIER.EACH DEVELOPED UNIQUE STYLESAND IDEOLOGIES, WITH EISENMANBECOMING MORE AFFILIATED WITHTHE DECONSTRUCTIVIST MOVEMENT.
  15. 15. MEMORIAL TO THEMURDERED JEWS OF EUROPE (Berlin – Germany) HIMSELF CHARLES GWATHMEY JOHN HEJDUK RICHARD MEIER & MICHAEL GRAVES
  16. 16. OTHER PROJECTS BY PETER EISENMAN HOUSE VI (FRANK RESIDENCE) (Cornwall – Connecticut)
  17. 17. OTHER PROJECTS BY PETER EISENMAN WEXNER CENTER FOR THE ARTS (Ohio State University - Ohio)
  18. 18. Why…EISENMAN?!!
  19. 19. COMPLEX GEOMETRYEISENMAN has developed increasingly COMPLEXFORMULATIONS regarding the architectural designprocess, especially in regards to the role ofSTRUCTURE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY. A DIFFERENT IDEOLOGY HIS architectural design theories are drawn from Outside Existing Architectural Dogma, most notably from Philosophy & Linguistics. With references to rhetorical strategies, societal alienation, and existing architectural forms. EISENMANs theoretical work derives much from FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE, NOAM CHOMSKY & JACQUES DERRIDA.
  20. 20. A NEW DESIGN PROCESSEISENMAN suggests a psychological void which provokesindividual and cultural anxiety and dislocation. By inducingdestabilization and rupture in the very structures so longassociated with comfort and shelter. Yet classifying Eisenmansoeuvre, is to miss the essential thrust of his process. NEW/OLD CONNECTION While working with the New York Five, EISENMAN sought a return to the origins of 20th- century modernism, as seen in the early works of Le Corbusier, the Italian Rationalist Giuseppe Terragni (1904-1943), and the Dutch De Stijl movement architect Gerrit Rietveld (1888- 1964). The work of the New York Five was driven by the more Abstract And Theoretical aspects of this architecture.
  21. 21. “If the Conceptual Underpinnings Are NotReadily Apparent Or Easily Seen in hisdesigns and buildings, the texts of theseprecursors certainly underlayEISENMANs own, both Literally andArchitecturally.” Peter Blank
  22. 22. Scope? What’s The Of Work
  23. 23. LE CORBUSIER
  24. 24. LE CORBUSIER
  25. 25. LE CORBUSIER
  26. 26. That’sIT… Questions?!

×