Arch_100_lecture_notes_Eisenman.pdf - Phase III 1965-Current Late 20th C Contemporary Architecture Pluralism Learning from our Past Envisioning Design

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Phase III: 1965-Current: Late 20th C. Contemporary Architecture: Pluralism, Learning from our Past & Envisioning Design Solutions & New Paradigms for the Next Century: An End of Orthodoxy: Welcome to Pluralism, New Technologies & Paradigms: Architecture as a self-referential & autonomous construct; Deconstructionism: Architecture of intentional discord and disharmony. Peter Eisenman, (1932- American, Cornell University, Columbia University NY, MA & PhD Cambridge University UK) Deep conceptual dependency and alignment with French “deconstructionist” and “post-structuralist” philosopher Derrida ; “a purveyor of misery” 1972: House VI Cornwall Connecticut 1989: Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio 1996: Virtual House (unbuilt design) 1995: Chiesa a Torre Teste, (unbuilt design) Rome 2004: Castelvecchio Museum, Verona Italy 2005: Holocaust Memorial / Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Berlin "These houses [House I-VI ], therefore, attempt to have little to do with the traditional and existing metaphysic of the
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  • Spring '16
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  • Deconstructivism, Ohio State University, Jacques Derrida, VERONA, Columbus, Ohio, Peter Eisenman

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