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Neomodernism is a reaction to the complexity
of postmodern architecture seeking greater
Neo modern architecture shares many of the
basic characteristics of modernism.
Both reject classical ornamentation,
decorations, and deliberate ambitions to continue
pre-modernist traditions. Neomodernist
buildings, like modernist ones, are designed to be
largely monolithic and functional.
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What is DECONSTRUCTION ?
_The notions and values once believed are now
_Form and function not believed to go together.
_spaces not to be believed to give beauty and joy.
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Traditional architecture has been inscribed with the hegemony of
Architecture of deconstruction seeks to
create a new way of building in which these
traditional notions are re-inscribed in an
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Rejection of the notion of Order
Undermining the attempt by all previous architecture to
World seen as order less and is thus an illusion.
The world is order less, its chaotic. Reality needs to be
expressed through a chaotic architecture.
The design and form are fixed independent of each other.
Coop Himmelblau, Cinema centre, Dresden,
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Daniel Libeskind, Denver art Museum, colorado
Daniel Libeskind, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada
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Form Follows friction and friction … not function
Rem Koolhas, Central Library, SeattleGrank Gehry, Dancing House, Prague
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Deconstruction, is an approach to building design
that attempts to view architecture in bits and pieces.
Deconstructivist buildings may seem to have no
The buildings may appear to be made up of abstract
Deconstructive architecture disturbs the
understanding of purity in architecture .
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Form & structure are here both contaminated and
impure in architecture.
It is this ability that disturbs our sensibility and
understanding of architecture as being pure that makes
the projects deconstructive.
It challenges the very values of harmony, unity &
stability to propose instead a different view of structure.
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Frank Owen Gehry, is a Canadian
American Pritzker Prize
winning architect residing in Los Angeles,
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The Gehry Residence is architect Frank Gehry's
It was originally an extension, designed by Gehry
and built around an existing Dutch colonial style
It makes use of unconventional materials, such
as chain-link fences and corrugated steel.
It is sometimes considered one of the
earliest deconstructivist buildings,
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Date of birth: January25,1944 Lausanne,
He is an architect, writer, and educator.
Born of French and Swiss parentage, he works
and lives in New York and Paris.
He studied in Paris and at ETH in Zurich, where
he received his degree in architecture in 1969.
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Parc de la Villette, Paris, France (1983–98)
The Parc de la Villette is the third-largest park in
Paris, 55.5 hectares in area.
The park houses museums, concert halls, live
performance stages, and theatres, as well as
playgrounds for children, and thirty-five
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It has a collection of ten themed gardens.
Each garden is created with a different
representation of architectural deconstructionism
and tries to create space through playfully
sculptural and clever means.
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She was a notable Iraqi-British deconstructivist
Heydar Aliyev Center
Heydar Aliyev Center is a 57,500 m2
(619,000 sq ft) building complex in Baku, Azerbaijan
It is noted for its distinctive architecture and
flowing, curved style that eschews sharp angles.
The Center houses a conference hall (auditorium), a
gallery hall and a museum.