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DECONSTRUCTIVISM ∞ Modernism Design Movement

Friday, April 10th, 2009

Starting in the late 1980’s, Post-modernism shifted to “Post-post-modernism,” also referred to as Deconstructivism. While Post-modernism is a resurrection of the past, Deconstructivist architects on the other hand attempted to deconstruct architecture by “exploding “ the Building, its elements, or the design idea from within to without, resulting in a style that is non-systematic an unorthodox. Deconstructivism is characterized by disjointed angles, an unbalanced appearance, and a feeling that the whole structure would tip over due to the un-syncopated nature of its whole composition.


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