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Deconstructivism in Design
Deconstructivist buildings may seem to have no visual logic. They may appear to be made up of unrelated, disharmonious abstract forms. But they can still challenge the very values of harmony, unity, and stability, proposing instead that flaws are intrinsic to the structure. Do these buildings really possess no visual logic? Can these abstract structures challenge the tangible ones?
Design, or aesthetics, is a subjective matter. There are no rules as such; except for things like structural stability or such that threaten human life or health. The deconstructivist style of design emerges as a response to the designer's mind questioning the existing styles...and offering a visual deviation in the design solution.
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