Deconstruction as a method of shaping space. Drawing – the architect’s medium
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The author discusses the process of deconstruction in architecture and the accompanying drawing process, interpreted as an architect’s medium rather than merely a tool for signification, a method of communication between an artist/architect and the world. The architect’s mind finds delight in space, a fleeting thought, idea, concept, a non-verbal shape of future material substance. Drawing, while being an immanent part of the work, is the work in itself, the language that allows for space to be described in its own categories. Drawing as a method of experiencing space reveals the mechanisms through which architecture is shaped.
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