Explains the concept of deconstruction, discusses the influence of the philosopher Jacques Derrida, and looks at examples of deconstruction in art and architectureHere we see the first signs of that focus upon the form-generating role of movement which would lead to their arguments ... The a#39;flow diagrama#39; describes the multiple human movements between them, which correspond to the conveyor belts of the factory ... Ford in his autobiography had described achieving great spatial economies in his production lines through ... but that this is done in the context of its essential purpose and of its perception by the building user.83 This is the point atanbsp;...
|Author||:||A. Papadakēs, Catherine Cooke|
|Publisher||:||Rizzoli Intl Pubns - 1989-12-15|