Contemporary Design – Styles and Directions: Deconstructivism

Deconstructivism is the direction of modern architecture, formed as an independent destination in the late 80’s in America and Europe and then penetrated into contemporary design around the world.

Formally speaking, deconstructivism is a line of construction based on the application of the ideas of French philosopher Jacques Derrida; It was his reflections on the capacity for the existence of a “conflicting” architecture that denies and abolishes itself, which formed the basis of the theory of deconstructivism. In the future, these ideas were developed by Rem Kolkhas in his periodical. Deconstructivism was especially pronounced in Zahi Hadid’s (1993) Wind Station and the Guggenheim Museum in Frank Gehry’s Bilbao (1997). These buildings are considered to be major manifestations of this area of ​​architecture.

In general, contemporary design views the concept of deconstructivism as being contrary to the orderly rationality of modernism and postmodernism.

This area is often characterized as one of the most visually striking and intricate art forms ever developed. Deconstructivists focus on freedom of form, not functional needs. They strive to surprise the viewer, to leave in their imagination an image that will be remembered for a long time, and in most cases the interior is even stranger than the exterior.

Deconstructionist contemporary design is a pure reflection of the virtual world with its unconventional materials, contrasting colors, interpenetrating volumes and endless spaces.

Nowadays, the project of the rosy look є The only alternatives of the free architecture given to the style are super acceptance of the laws and rules of harmony of the middle ground. Virtualized and miraculous nter’ri with their laissez-faire, first for everything; set the magnet to take stereotypes. Sounds of the interior, furniture and architecture of the country with a complete view of the monotonous monotony and the need for standardization and repeating elements. For the interior and exterior in the style of deconstruction, the main characteristic signs are the internal shape, the contrast and color. The very same element to create peace and happiness is better at the home of the house and the house of the living. The most representative representatives of the whole family are directly involved in the royal architecture: Frank Jeri, Zaha Hadid, Rem Kіolhaіs, Piter Aizenman, Bernard Tmulle, Daniel Lіbeskind, architects Bureau “Cup Himelblau”.

Deconstructive – this is also the way the architects are fed to themselves.

This is the task of completing the right project for the future of the popular aesthetics of anthropocentrism and corinosity. I zagagi chi it is possible to take the clocks off, having seen the most important fundamental bases from: vertical, horizontal and vertical, – so, like, decentralized budova? The architecture for deconstruction – is a move. Tse “kam’yaniy text”, scho є transmitting the idea. The first architect is here a complete opportunity, a kind of self-image not verbally, but in the material and form of divine living …

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