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- 1. Deconstructive Architecture By: Jordan Gregoire
- 2. About Deconstructive Architecture
- Started in the 1980s and is still going on today.
- Deconstructivism, or Deconstruction, is an approach to building design that attempts to view architecture in bits and pieces.
- Deconstructivist buildings may seem to have no visual logic.
- The ideas were borrowed from the French philosopher, Jacques Derrida.
- The buildings may appear to be made up of abstract forms.
- 3. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
- Made by Frank Gehry in 2005 in Bilbao, Spain.
- It is very curvy, has a spider sculpture outside of it, a lot of shapes put together, no windows.
- 4. The Frederick R. Weisman art Museum
- Made in 1993 in Minneapolis, Minnesota by Frank Gehry.
- Curvy frame, round shapes and very angular.
- 5. Gehry House
- Frank Gehry made this house at Santa Monica, California in 1978.
- It has a light wood frame and is an unnatural shape for a house.
- Made up of lots of shapes that are different sizes.
- 6. The Food Theater Caf
- It was made by Daniel Libeskind in London, England in 2001.
- It has a pointy aluminum metal frame and a metal cladding.
- 7. Imperial War Museum
- Made in London by Sir Robert Crawford in 1917
- Angular and metal frame.
- 8. Wexner Center
- Made in 1989 in Columbus, Ohio by Peter Eisenman.
- Large, castle like brick towers.
- 9. Royal Ontario Museum
- Made in 1912 by William Thorsell in Ontario, Canada.
- Triangular frame like a drill and made of metal.
- 10. DG Bank Building
- Made in Berlin by Hans Schober in 2000.
- Different shapes and sizes and wavy.
- 11. Dancing House
- Made in 1996 by Vlado Milunic in Prague, Czech Republic.
- Wavy Frame and shaped like a wavy cylinder.
- 12. Stata Center
- Made by Frank Gehry in 2004 in Cambridge, MA.
- It has a pointy frame with square and triangle shapes.
- 13. THANK YOU!
- 14. References