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Eisenman was fascinated by the work of Noam Chomsky and believed that syntax in. buildings had become apparent during the Romantic Era He explored the idea of cardboard. architecture due to the precise replication Le Corbusier could achieve through his models. and his own desire to use them as a testing point for abstraction of the build form5 Eisenman. explored what he called 3 fictions of representation believing that buildings we no longer. truths but representation of truths that had existed before them historically and were as. such fictitious objects This perceived fiction led him to explore the concept of a pure idea. and that rationality and function could only be embodied honestly through abstraction or. reduction But Eisenman felt that this reduction in itself was merely just a form of the previous. classical era but in a more simplified format and thus not any more real only stylistically. different6, Jacques Derrida debated Eisenman s attempts to remove context and trace implying this. effectively resulted in the construction of ruins The impact of absence was that buildings. were created as if they were an end rather than as if they had no origin Absence left instant. trace rather than removing trace Rather than instigating architecture without origin this was. the creation of an architecture that was predicting its own end 7 Eisenman argued that this. absence was architectures search for an aura In the way a painting ceases to become. the sum of its parts such as paint a timber frame and canvas and achieves an aura which. transforms it into something more i e art Eisenman felt that this was also the pursuit of. architecture as opposed to building He was searching for meaning not based on nostalgia or. the presentness of familiar forms Eisenman was not interested in voids or the removal of. forms but rather an absence of traditional concepts or paradigms that he perceived as. ingrained in architectural forms 8, Patin Thomas From Deep Structure to an Architecture in Suspense Peter Eisenman Structuralism and. Deconstruction Journal of Architectural Education 47 no 2 1993 88 100. Preceding 3 sentences Eisenman The End of the Classical The End of the Begining the End of the End 1984. Preceding 3 sentences Derrida Jacques and Hilary P Hanel A Letter to Peter Eisenman Assemblage 12 no. Aug 1990 6 13, Preceding 4 sentences Eisenman Post El Cards A Reply to Jaques Derrida 1990 pp 14 17. The Influence, In Eisenman s own work an attempt to conceptualise and deconstruct the elements of scale. and materiality occurred9 His exploration of finding the essence or an architectural form. influenced many architects including Frank Gehry who was seen by some as the first. deconstructionist and said to be beating the overly philosophical Eisenman at his own. game Gehry s work often plays with the notion of reversal through structures or objects by. choosing materials or placement that subvert ideas of classicism He will use plywood in. place of stone and remove visual balance and symmetry intentionally. Figure 1 Gehry Wosk House addition 1982,source Travelin Local June 6 2006.
http www travelinlocal com wp content uploads 2010 06 TL6 6ac jpg. accessed September 2011, The Wosk House addition in Figure 1 is a demonstration of Gehry deliberately defying the. classical conventions of symmetry with this vertical addition10. Benjamin 1989 p 50, Preceding 4 sentences Jencks Charles The New Moderns From Late to Neo Modernism London Academy. Group Ltd 1990, Another architect influenced by the theory of Eisenman is Lars Lerup whose work seeks to. serve the explicit nature of an emotion or idea through architecture rather than desiring to. achieve a form that is functional His exploration of Love House specifically explores the. idea of waiting for a lover and through diagramming illustrating the deconstruction of the. house a particular emotional connection can be achieved This is a house of imagination and. transformation rather than a physical place and as such gives Lerup the ability to explore the. essence behind both emotion and structure 11,Figure 2 Larup Love House 1987. source Larup Lars Planned Assault Quebec Centre Canadien. d Architecture 1987,The Importance, This shift opposing modernist and functionalist architecture heralded the end of the orthodox.
Modernist Movement Symbolism and allusion were now becoming as important as. composition function and constructional logic The emerging paradigm was the creation of. buildings that communicated an idea or a story through their design12 This deconstruction of. functional architectural elements with a focus on semiotics and signs in architecture meant. that architectural theory became more influenced by linguistic theory communication and. language13 This focus on language and semiotics has ironically led to a shattering of syntax. Preceding paragraph Larup Lars Planned Assault Quebec Centre Canadien d Architecture 1987. Preceding 3 sentences Scott Felicity D Architecture or Techno Utopia Grey Room 3 no Spring 2001. Bloomer 1987 p 8, in some ways with the intended purpose of place no longer clear14 Eisenman stipulated that. his use of absence was to transcend function and order to create a higher form but it is. questionable whether this is an indulgence in art without architecture rather than architecture. as art since it resulted in the creation of ruinous places akin with labyrinthine or heterotopian. elements 15 Eisenman s work acted to instigate a rethinking of the relationship between. philosophy and architecture This conscious observation of their inherent connection led to. their rethinking in isolation and in the case of architecture a search for the essence of what. architecture is Architecture was essentially struggling to decipher its identity as separate. from historic conditioning and making efforts to separate itself from the intrinsic confines of its. physical nature 16 In other disciplines this exploration of a deeper truth resulted in post. structuralism In architecture and in Eisenman s own work the resulting movement was. deconstruction recognised largely as a post modern form of architecture17 Although building. could no longer purely base itself on function alone in many ways the absolute. transcendence of function was not practical or possible to uphold 18 We are currently seeing. this dialogue continue in the form of codex and index19 Eisenman is still highly interested in. hidden meanings within the constructed form seeking code as a means of communication. selectively for those who like himself are specifically interested in communication through. the built environment20,Conclusion, Although the idea of exploring what the true essence of architecture is and finding meaning. through signs and inference is a worthy philosophical journey in general architecture is a. habitable space and as such deconstruction and the use of semiotics and sign was not. practical It is not correct to assume that architecture that is purely designed for function is. any less transcendental or able to hold the aura of fine art since there is an intrinsic beauty. in elegant design Eisenman s work explores important questions as to why we create the. forms we do and whether they are historically motivated and thus presently irrelevant This. Eisenman Site The Meaning of Place in Art and Architecture 1983 p 16. Agrest Diana The City as a Place of Representation Design Quarterly 113 114 1980 8 13. Preceding 3 sentences Benjamin Andrew Eisenman and the Housing of Tradition Oxford Art Journal 12. no 1 1989 47 54,Preceding 2sentences Patin 1993 pp 88 100. Patin 1993 p 92 94, Patin Thomas From Deep Structure to an Architecture in Suspense Peter Eisenman Structuralism and. Deconstruction Journal of Architectural Education 47 no 2 1993 88 100. Eisenman Peter Digital Scrambler From Index to Codex Perspecta 35 2004 40 53. has had valuable and lasting repercussion on aesthetics and our understanding of what. forms and structures tell us about how we create places 21 22. Preceding paragraph Agrest 1980 p 8 13,Preceding paragraph Patin 1993 p 88 100.
References, Agrest Diana The City as a Place of Representation Design Quarterly 113 114 1980 8. Benjamin Andrew Eisenman and the Housing of Tradition Oxford Art Journal 12 no 1. 1989 47 54, Bloomer Jennifer Hold It Meditations upon Gorgonzola Cheese Journal of Architectural. Education 40 no 2 1987 8 9, Derrida Jacques and Hilary P Hanel A Letter to Peter Eisenman Assemblage 12 no Aug. Eisenman Peter Digital Scrambler From Index to Codex Perspecta 35 2004 40 53. Eisenman Peter Post El Cards A Reply to Jaques Derrida Assemblage 12 no Aug 1990. Eisenman Peter Site The Meaning of Place in Art and Architecture Design Quarterly 122. 1983 16 17, Eisenman Peter The End of the Classical The End of the Begining the End of the End. Perspecta 21 1984 154 173, Jencks Charles The New Moderns From Late to Neo Modernism London Academy Group.
Larup Lars Planned Assault Quebec Centre Canadien d Architecture 1987. Patin Thomas From Deep Structure to an Architecture in Suspense Peter Eisenman. Structuralism and Deconstruction Journal of Architectural Education 47 no 2 1993 88. Scott Felicity D Architecture or Techno Utopia Grey Room 3 no Spring 2001 112 126. Travelin Local June 6 2006 http www travelinlocal com wp. content uploads 2010 06 TL6 6ac jpg accessed September 2011.

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