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Posted by  BlaDe on February 01, 2004 at 09:03:10:

In Reply to:  deconstrucion posted by prajakta on January 21, 2004 at 02:36:55:

I'm doing my research about Deconstruction too, but I just started this month, so I can't tell you much this time. Deconstruction before used by Architecture, came from a French philosoper Jacques Derrida, Deconstruction was a method to analyse words (literature). The method used to seek different layer of meaning in literature.
In Architecture, deconstruction is a rebbel against modern architecture. They said that modern arch is boring and concern too much about function and utility of a building. Until today it's very difficult to fight against the indoctrination of modern architecture. That's also happened in my University. The instructor, even the professor really love modern architecture.

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