Architectural Deconstruction , what we learned ?


If we pay attention to Derrida’s deconstruction theory, it is noteworthy that architecture, like language, is constituted by signs, and the “trace” must be understood as the structure of these signs. According to Derrida, each sign will always return to the anterior and ulterior "signification". The trace remains a kind of receptacle which alternatively… (More)


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