FCSarch 44 Deconstructivism

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  • FCSarch 44 Deconstructivism

    1. 1. Deconstructivism
    2. 2. Postmodernism embraces older conventions and then violates them in an ironic way. Deconstructivism subverts, disturbs, and deconstructs older conventions.
    3. 3. Pompidou Centre National d'Art et Culture, Paris Richard Rogers, Renzo Piano, Ove Arup. (1971-77 Pompidu Center, Paris Renzo Piano 1971
    4. 4. Pompidou
    5. 5. Pompidou
    6. 6. Pompidou plan
    7. 7. Pompidou from Notre Dame
    8. 8. Ohio State University (the Wexner Center for the Arts) Peter Eisenman 1982
    9. 9. Wexner 1982-90
    10. 10. Wexner
    11. 11. Wexner
    12. 12. aerial
    13. 13. interior
    14. 14. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain Frank Gehry 1993
    15. 15. Guggenheim
    16. 16. Drawing of west elevation 1992
    17. 17. Guggenheim
    18. 19. Elevation, note much is below grade
    19. 20. Site plan
    20. 22. Guggenheim
    21. 23. Guggenheim
    22. 24. Guggenheim
    23. 25. Guggenheim
    24. 26. interior
    25. 27. Interior
    26. 28. Jewish Museum , Berlin Daniel Libeskind Jewish Museum in Berlin, Daniel Libeskind
    27. 32. interior
    28. 33. interior
    29. 34. Interior, a void
    30. 36. Aronoff Center for Design and Art, Univ. Cincinnati, 1988-96 Peter Eisenman (Strickland, p.155) <ul><li>Eisenman's intent was not only to create lines that would draw attention, but ones that would reflect the school's purpose. &quot;For students, living with and working in this building ought to be an education in itself,&quot; he says. &quot;Any space created for a school of design should somehow reflect the activity carried out in the building. Design instruction always involves innovation and risk, as well as history and process -- in other words, all the issues that are involved in the disciplines to which the school is devoted.&quot; </li></ul>
    31. 38. Stata Center at MIT Gehry <ul><li>The center is composed of The Bill Gates Building and the Alexander Dreyfoos Building. In addition to the client spaces, the Center houses an auditorium, four classrooms, a child-care facility, a food services facility, a fitness center, outdoor gathering spaces, two levels of below grade parking and a service facility </li></ul>MIT (Stata Center) Frank Gehry 2003
    32. 39. MIT
    33. 40. MIT
    34. 41. MIT
    35. 42. MIT, amphitheater
    36. 43. MIT, interior

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