Critics discussing the phenomenon of deconstructionism use the entire complex of the phraseology developed by derrida however, the concept of deconstructionism to be understood explicitly (as the concept of constructivism) with the proviso that the two concepts have nothing to do with thestructure a component architecture deconstructionism is simply removing the essence of architecture. C o• deconstructivism in architecture, also called deconstruction, is a n development of post modernism that began in the late 1980s.
But i would rather to understand it more specific like there are two deconstructivism: derridean and non-derridean architects that follow derridean concepts are bernard tschumi, peter elsenman, coop himmelblau as for non-derridean concept are rem koolhas, zaha hadid, frank gehry, daniel libeskind.
History deconstructivism came to public attention as a result of the design entries to the 1982 parc de la villette architectural competition, submitted by jacques derrida, peter eisenman and bernard tschumi (who won. Deconstructivist projects and buildings initially seem to be fragmented and lack any visual logic however, they are unified under the principles and concepts of deconstruction philosophy the transfer of the concepts of deconstruction to architecture was not direct and literal some concepts were modified and renamed to suit architecture.
So, deconstructivist architecture is a reflection of modern computer technology, which is yet another way to distance itself from tradition it's modern, it demands to be seen, and it's a growing. Deconstructionism is simply removing the essence of architecture constructivism was an abstract, mystical attitude, aimed at creating a new reality - or rather - over-the reality because it was completely anti-functionalist, can be readily harnessed in the service of any utopian ideology. Deconstructivism is a movement of postmodern architecture which appeared in the 1980s, which gives the impression of the fragmentation of the constructed building it is characterized by an absence of harmony, continuity, or symmetry.