In “Architecture and Disjunction,” a collection of essays, Bernard Tschumi, the dean of the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and. Available in: Paperback. Avant-garde theorist and architect Bernard Tschumi is equally well known for his writing and his practice. Architecture. For Bernard Tschumi, there is no architecture “without event, without activity, without way to the dynamic; finally, the one of synthesis is replaced by disjunction.
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Architecture and Disjunction by Bernard Tschumi
Just as important is the spatialization that goes with the event. Tschumi has gathered all of the pristine and untouchable facets of a traditional architectural form and theory, turning his piercing and intense beam of light upon their crystalline surfaces until they shatter. Interestingly, the specific technologies — air-conditioning or the construction of lightweight structures or computer modes of calculation — have yet to be theorized in architectural culture.
Jan 22, Michelle rated it really liked it. Regardless of whether they are the result of chance combinations, or are due to the pressure of ever-rising land prices, such non-causal relationships between form and function, or space and action go beyond poetic confrontations of unlikely bedfellows. The event is the place where the rethinking and reformulation of the different elements of architecture, many of which have resulted in or added to contemporary social inequities, may lead to their solution.
Raymond rated it really liked it Jun 10, In the public eye, architecture is about comfort, about shelter, about bricks and mortar.
Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. MIT Press- Architecture – pages. Architecture and Disjunction, which brings together Tschumi’s essays from tois a lucid and provocative analysis of many of the key issues that have engaged architectural discourse over the past two decades — from deconstructive theory to recent concerns with the notions of event and program. By understanding the nature of our contemporary circumstances and the media processes that accompany them, arvhitecture possess the possibility of constructing conditions that will create a new city and new relationships between spaces and events.
Remember me on this computer. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Mithraa Gopal rated it liked it Apr 06, Architecture and Disjunction, which brings xrchitecture Tschumi’s essays from tois a lucid and provocative analysis of many of the key issues that have engaged architectural discourse over the past two decades — from deconstructive theory to recent concerns with the notions of event and program. Isabel Malta rated it it was amazing Mar 19, He opposes modernist ideology and postmodern nostalgia since both impose restrictive criteria on what may be deemed “legitimate” cultural conditions.
Architecture Depends Jeremy Till. Bob rated it it was amazing Nov 27, But what does this hierarchy mean today, when the structure often remains the same — an endlessly repetitive and neutralized grid?
If shock can no longer be produced by the succession and juxtaposition of facades and lobbies, maybe it can be produced by the juxtaposition of events that take place behind these facades in these spaces. The condition of New York and the chaos of Tokyo are thus perceived as legitimate urban forms. It is my contention that far from being a field suffering from the incapability of questioning its structures and foundations, it is the field where the greatest discoveries will take place in the next century.
As years went by, the multiple interpretations that multiple architects gave to deconstruction became more multiple than deconstruction’s theory of multiple readings could ever have hoped.
He opposes modernist ideology and postmodern nostalgia since both impose restrictive criteria on what may be deemed “legitimate” cultural conditions. We have also seen that to endorse this logic means that any work is interchangeable with any other, just as we accelerate the shedding of the skin of a dormitory and replace it with another.
Architecture and Disjunction Bernard Tschumi No preview available – My notes from college about the essay say things like “eroticism is pleasure of excess, not excess of pleasure, and architectural eroticism is a more subtle concept than saying skyscrapers are phallic.
Refresh and try again. Help Center Find new research papers in: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Technologies of Defamiliarization In the mids small pockets of resistance began to form as architects in various parts of the world — England, Austria, the United States, Japan for the most part, in bednard postindustrial cultures — started to take advantage of this condition of fragmentation and superficiality and to turn it against itself.
Account Options Sign in. Caufield rated it really liked it Jun 15, The general public will almost always stand behind the traditionalists. Recently, we have seen important new research on cities in which the fragmentation and dislocation produced by the scaleless juxtaposition of highways, shopping centers, high-rise buildings, and small houses is seen as a positive sign of the vitality of urban culture.
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Theoretical architects — as they were called — wanted to confront the binary oppostions of traditional architecture: Here all hierarchical relationships between form and function cease to exist. Taylor Limited preview – I do not believe you can design deconstruction. Tmack44 rated it liked it Jul 21, Experiencing Architecture Steen Eiler Rasmussen.