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Deconstruction is to free the architecture of the modern rules, constraining its followers judged as “form follows function”

The architecture decontructivismo

The decontructivismo is an architectural movement that began in the 80’s. Their bases are leaving the straight line, the plane (called Euclidean geometry), and work deformation, stretching, smoothness of surfaces, dislocations, curves, hyperbolas, parabolas, denying the structure and polarity as the coating. etc. Deconstructionist architecture is manifested not only in the aesthetics of the exterior form, but it alters, distorts, and joins the internal structure.

The basic characteristics of this movement consists in the use of seemingly complex geometries, but are a result, almost always, the deformation or displacement of base areas that make up the geometry.

The attempt of deconstruction is to free the architecture of the modern rules, constraining its followers judged as “form follows function” (“form follows function”), “the purity of form” and the “truth of the materials “(” truth on materials “).
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