Resumen. La arquitectura deconstructivista surge en una exposición, homónimamente titulada, que Philip Johnson y Mark Wigley organizaron. ARQUITECTURA DECONSTRUCTIVISTA FRANK OWEN GEHRY Nació en Toronto Canadá, el 28 de febrero de , es el máximo. Arq. Steve Hermann. Obra: The Glass Pavilion. Ubicación: Montecito, California CARACTERÍSTICAS: Purismo funcional y Estructural.

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Deconstructivism took a confrontational stance to architectural historywanting to “disassemble” architecture. This article needs additional citations for verification. Some architects identified with the movement, notably Frank Gehryhave actively rejected the classification of their work as deconstructivist. Both were concerned with the radical simplicity of geometric forms as the primary artistic content, expressed in graphics, sculpture and architecture.

Daniel Libeskind envisioned many of his early projects as a form of writing or discourse on writing and often works with a form of concrete poetry.

Two strains of modern art, minimalism and cubismhave had an influence on deconstructivism.

The two aspects of critical theory, urgency and analysis, are found in deconstructivism. Arizona State University, retrieved June There are additional references in deconstructivism to 20th-century movements: At times deconstructivism mirrors varieties of expressionism, neo-expressionismand abstract expressionism as well. Dover Publications, New York. The finished visual appearance is characterized by unpredictability and controlled chaos.

His movement into abstract expressionism and away from figurative work, [12] is in the same spirit as the deconstructivist rejection of ornament for geometries. New synagogue in Mainz by Manuel Herz. The projects in this exhibition mark a different sensibility, one in which the dream of pure form has been disturbed. Though postmodernist and nascent deconstructivist architects both published in the journal Oppositions between andthat journal’s contents mark a decisive break between the two movements.


Similar in composition is the deconstructivist series Micromegas by Daniel Libeskind. Ghostan entire living space cast in plaster, solidifying the void, alludes to Derrida’s notion of architectural presence.

It argues against the purity, clarity and simplicity of modernism. Mark Wigley and Philip Johnson curated the Museum of Modern Art exhibition Deconstructivist architecturewhich crystallized the movement, and brought fame and notoriety to its key practitioners.

Forma y composición en la arquitectura deconstructivista

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. With its publication, functionalism and rationalismthe two main branches of modernism, were overturned as paradigms. The difference between criticality in deconstructivism and criticality in critical regionalism, is that critical regionalism reduces the overall level of complexity involved and maintains a clearer analysis while attempting to reconcile modernist architecture with local differences.

Analytical cubism had a sure effect on deconstructivism, as forms and content are dissected and viewed from different perspectives simultaneously. Deconstructivism is a movement of postmodern architecture which appeared in the s, which gives the impression of the fragmentation of the constructed building. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Deconstructivism – Wikipedia

The internal disorder produces the bar while splitting it even as gashes open up along its length. For him Deconstructivism should be considered an extension of his interest in radical formalism.


Modern Architecture, a critical history. Rather than separating ornament and function, like postmodernists such as Venturi, the functional aspects of buildings were called into question. Its shard-like form and reduction of content to a minimalist text influenced deconstructivism, with its sense of fragmentation and emphasis on reading the monument.

Architects whose work is often described as deconstructionism though in many cases the architects themselves reject the label include Peter Eisenman arquigectura, Frank GehryZaha HadidRem KoolhaasDaniel LibeskindBernard Tschumiand Coop Himmelb l au.

It is characterized by an absence of harmony, continuity, or symmetry. The term “Deconstructivism” in contemporary architecture is opposed to the ordered rationality of Modernism and Postmodernism.


Johns Hopkins University Press. Today there is a sense that the philosophical underpinnings of the beginning of the movement have been lost, and all that is left is the aesthetic of deconstructivism. Geometry was to deconstructivists what ornament was to postmodernists, the subject of complication, and this complication of geometry was in turn, applied to the functional, structural, and spatial aspects of deconstructivist buildings.

Of Grammatologyhardcover: Little Brown and Company. The reading of the postmodernist Venturi was that ornament and historical allusion added a richness to architecture that modernism had foregone.