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Posted by  amin rastandeh on January 25, 2004 at 04:42:17:

In Reply to:  deconstruction posted by prajakta on January 21, 2004 at 02:17:01:

dear my friend
deconstruction is a new spirit in today architecture.It is not an architectural metaphor, but a thought at work. peter eisenman,bernard tschumi, zaha hadid, daniel libeskind and ... are architects that research on deconstruction in architecture.
if you want research about this, first of all, you must study about modern architecture in 20th centuty,then you most study about "derrida's idea" about deconstruction in literature, art and finally architecture. ("Deconstruction doesnt mean for example that we have to destroy something which is built".)
as well as you can read "questions of space" (by:bernard tschumi) and at last, eisenman's idea about deconstruction can help you.as well as i will sent for you afew articles about this matter to your mail.
best regards
amin rastandeh-iran-hamedan

 
 
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