DECONSTRUCTIVISM IN ARCHITECTURE

Deconstructivism is simply removing the essence of architecture, and constructivism is an abstract, mystical attitude, aimed at creating a new reality – or rather – over-the reality. It is completely anti-functionalist, can be readily harnessed in the service of any utopian ideology. The most famous works  of architectural deconstructionism are: “Dancing House” in Prague, the Imperial War Museum in Manchester in the UK, Vitra Design Museum in Weil-am-Rhein (Germany), Seattle Central Library in USA, UFA-Palast in Dresden , the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, the MIT Stata Center in Cambridge, USA, The Jewish Museum in Berlin, Vienna, and Austria Gasometer.

 The best example of anti-logic, anti-rationalist and anti-functional constructivism are expressed in the pictures below:

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