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De la déconstruction philosophique au déconstructivisme architectural et vice-versa

Abstract : Among the many dialogues between philosophical theories and architectural trends, the one that engages the Derridean deconstruction with deconstructivism appears deeply original. Going beyond the stage of simple interpretation where architects borrow their concepts from philosophers, it has in fact taken the form of a real collaboration. In contact with Tschumi and Eisenman, Jacques Derrida was led to modify his perspective on deconstruction both in its content and in its disciplinary boundaries.
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Céline Bonicco-Donato. De la déconstruction philosophique au déconstructivisme architectural et vice-versa. Archives de Philosophie, Centre Sèvres, 2020, 83 (2), pp.125-144. ⟨hal-02551762⟩

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