architecture of deconstruction

The Specter of Jacques Derrida

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Architecture has become a major cultural phenomenon, engaging other cultural practices and seeking for new theoretical inquest and providing a medium for philosophical discussion and sociopolitical analysis. As a discipline, architecture has bridged many boundaries and distances over time, so it is now required to develop an inter-disciplinary environment for philosophical inquiry in architecture.

On that note, the aim was to set the questions, to provoke the further discussion, to question the formal and philosophical assumptions underpinning contemporary architecture and to bring attention to the question of borders between the disciplines of architecture an philosophy, presenting and developing a plurality of voices and positions in the discussion of architecture, to reestablish the connections which influenced so strongly both architecture and philosophy in the last decades of the 20th century; and in doing so, open a possibility of their reevaluation in the circumstances which define our contemporary times.

 

THE JEWISH WALL: The Eisenman Empire
Renato Rizzi

ARCHITECTURE AND PHILOSOPHY: PARADOXES AND METAMORPHOSES OF THEIR MEETING
Chris Younès

MARGINS OF ARCHITECTURE
Maurizio Ferraris

THE LAW OF THE OIKOS.
JACQUES DERRIDA AND THE DECONSTRUCTION OF THE DWELLING
Francesco Vitale

LA NAVE DI PIETRA / THE STONE SHIP
Zoran Lazović