Architecture

Deconstructivism

As understood in architecture, deconstructivism was a movement developed in the postmodern architectural era that came in late 1980s. It encompasses broad ideologies that include the fragmentation process of architectural ideas, manipulation of structural surface ideas, elemental shapes of non-rectilinear forms that dislocate and distort architectural figures above others. The historical foundation of the terminology […]

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