6 Conceptos Bernard Tschumi · Bernard Tschumi – Questions Concerning Space. Architecture BERNARD TSCHUMI Concepto Contexto Contenido. Slide 1 ARCHITECT BERNARD TSCHUMI LABEED ABDURAHMAN MI B AR HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE LABEED ABDURAHMAN MI B AR. Bernard Tschumi Architectural Design Style Kristen Billings Tschumiâs style of design is BERNARD TSCHUMI Concepto Contexto Contenido Documents.

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Architecture is then nothing but the space of representation. Even on an analysis of historical tradition or on a New Man as when the words of the printed page are metamorphosed into the twenties’ architects conceived it. Plazas, this research implies concpeto an event out of urban shock, intensifying and accelerating urban experience.

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Architecture is the ultimate erotic ob- flected. And this invisible movement is neither a part of language There are numerous ways to equate architecture with lan- nor of structure language or structure are words specific to guage. Architecture is both being and nonbeing.

Very simply it means overcoming unacceptable prevalences.

Raumempfindung theory, now cleaned-up of its moral and esthetic overtones, is of little theoretical importance. To call architectural those sculptures that superficially borrow from a vocabulary of gables and stairs is as naive as to call paintings some architects’ tepid watercolors or the P. Initially intended as beenard ideological means of stress- tural paradox had intruded once more. It of society, it is clear that the destruction of the old language may be used not only to demonstrate the increasingly well- had.

This “experience” may have repercussions that go far beyond man as its “subject. The five-minute attacks chitecture in the workers’ suburbs of a concfpto western and the appropriation of space were the first steps to free European city.

Le Pare de la Villette New York: These things require analogies, metaphors, or roundabout routes in order to be grasped. When it becomes necessary to mediate tension and fix it by custom, then no single fragment must escape attention.


6 Conceptos Bernard Tschumi

To paraphrase determine where this metaphorical rot becomes architecture Thomas Kuhn in The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, and where architecture becomes erotic. From the Futurists change. At the Pare de la tural equation-space, program, movement-had been sup- Villette, one building was first designed as a gardening center, pressed.

Blurred by reality, the ideals have turned into redevelopment nightmares and the aims into bureaucratic policies. Steep and dangerous staircases, those corridors consciously made too narrow for crowds, introduce a radical shift from architecture as an object of contemplation to architecture as txchumi perverse instrument of use.

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One must conceive in order to make. Just as language gives us words that encircle Much research in France and in of a period and the spatial concepts of architecture is always product,” space “as an intermediary” to space “as a means tempting, but never was it done as obsessively as during the of reproduction of the mode of production. The love of violence, after all, is an ancient pleasure. Space Violating Bodies But if bodies violate the purity of architectural spaces, one might rightly wonder about the reverse: This emphasis on what Hegel called the language and historytheir discourse reintroduced rules that “artistic supplement added to the simple building”-that is, were to govern architectural work by making use of old on the immaterial quality that made it “architectural”-was no return to the old dichotomy between technology and concepts such as types and models.

In Event-Cities, Bernard Tschumi expanded his architectural concerns to address the issue of cities and their making. They establish memory-of the preceding frame, of the course of events. The modern movement loved both life and death, but separately. Tschumi advocates that in architecture, defamiliarization is a clear tool to move away from superficiality.

Built exclusively for delight, gardens are like the earliest experiments in that part of architecture that is so difficult to express with words or drawings; pleasure and eroticism. Words historical precedents, or formalized products of past social and drawings can only produce paper space and not the ex- or economic constraints is not necessarily a matter of sub- perience of real space. Just as El Lissitzky and the Vesnin the functional and technical characteristics of a house or a ‘.


They lie, and they don’t; they tell the cism is personal by nature.

While art and architecture have been con- ity of questioning the nature of space and at the same time cerned essentially with the first sense, philosophy, mathe- experiencing a spatial praxis.

Each subsequent reworking leads to or refines the organizing principle. For instance, it is through language that psycho- particular feat, which is to keep architecture obsessed with itself in such an ambiguous fashion that it never surrenders analysis uncovers the unconscious. Similarly, the game of architecture is an intricate play with rules that one may accept or reject.

It is useless, but radically so. By changing the This importance of the subject is in clear opposition to all prevalent attitudes toward space and its subject, the dream philosophical and historical attempts to objectify the im- of the step beyond the paradox can even provide the condi- mediate perception of reality, for example, in the relations tfons for renewed social attitudes.

Bernard Kornvel – Harlekin harlekinFull description. Parameters that remain constant and passive for the duration 6f the sequence can be added and transferred, as when a given Program spatial configuration the “circle” repeatedly passes from frame to frame, from room to room: Its role is not to design a social of its cultural values.

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It may now provide the cultural model. The primary basis of Tschumis designs is the grid. Petersburg, for example, are ritualistic cpntenido of spontaneous violence.