Last week while exploring Günter Behnisch it was stated that his predominant style was deconstructivism. The word of course means taking apart, but in reality the style is about breaking down the symmetry of the logical, perhaps expected construction and creating something unexpected. It is the juxtaposition of shapes and volumes.
So far we have explored the following architects who incorporate that style in their practice.
Wolf D. Prix – Coop Himmelb(l)au
Names also association with the style, to be explored another day are Mark Wigley and Vladimir Tatlin.