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Posted by  Peter on October 16, 2002 at 16:01:20:

In Reply to:  Re: deconstruction posted by Paul Malo on October 16, 2002 at 05:16:44:

A lot of people tried to appropriate it. Buildings I have seen that are referred to as deconstructionist have juxtaposed components that are treated radically differently in terms of form and material to a point that the casual observer (myself) would not be able to find unifying content. But that is not a definition of "deconstructionism". I assumed it referred to an approach to the design process.

I'd like to see a definition myself.

Some critics have referred to buildings that look like they are in the process of falling down or coming apart.

 
 
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