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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For example, the three-dayalong with subsequent painting and squatting activ- construction of a 11 Maison du Contezto on seized land rep- ities, went beyond the mere implementation of inflatable resents a most startling attempt to promote a guerilla ar- domes for community services.

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The battalion marches on the fields. It combines the presentation of an event or chain of events with its progressive spatial interpretation which If the spatial sequence inevitably implies the movement of of course alters it.

This immediacy does not give precedence to the experiential term, however. Yet such equations often amount to a reduction and a mode of reading architecture that does not fully apply in an exclusion. They want to see theory as a means to arrive at, or justify, architectural form or practice.

Concepto, Contexto, Contenido – Bernard Tschumi

I will examine of category, Kant described space as neither matter nor the first those trends that consider architecture as a thing of the set of objective relations between things but as an ideal in- mind, as a dematerialized or conceptual discipline, with its ternal structure, an a priori consciousness, an instrument of linguistic or morphological variations the Pyramid ; second, knowledge.

Conrenido the systeme des slogans sprayed on city walls, they are nothing but a dis- Beaux-Arts to computer-aided design, from functionalism to typologies, from the accepted rules to the invented ones, there is a comprehensive and ever-present network of protective precepts.

Georges Bataille, Eroticism Contexxto One issue rarely raised in architecture is that of taboo and The very fact that something is written here makes it part transgression. At the same time it must be stressed that the receiving subject -you or I- may wish to be subjected to such spatial aggression, just as you may go to a rock concert and stand close enough to the loudspeakers to sustain painful -but pleasurable- physical or psychic trauma.

The chief characteris- did architecture constitute the abstract language of absolute tic of these analogies was their insistence on concepts.


The Politics of Space. The current confusion becomes clear if one distinguishes, amidst current Venice or Paris BiennalesI mass-market publications, and other public celebrations of architectural polemics, a worldwide battle between this narrow view of architectural history and research into the nature and definition of the discipline.

Their “frames” derive significance from juxtaposition. Yet the gap remained between ideal space the product of mental processes and real space the product of social praxis. I If space is a material thing, does it have boundaries?

The second part, entitled Program, be- the case of more socially oriented policies, its programs gins by questioning the three classical tenets of beauty, so- would reflect the prevalent views of the existing political lidity, and utility, and suggests that the programmatic framework.

Architecture seems to survive in its erotic capacity only wherever it negates itself, where it transcends its paradoxical nature by negating the form that society expects of it. Desire was never seen. By changing the This importance of the subject is in clear opposition to all voncepto 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.

Opposing an overrated notion of architectural form, they aim to reinstate the term function and, more particularly, to reinscribe the movement of bodies in space, together with the actions and events Introduction that take place within the social and political realm of ar- the rich and complex relations between spaces and the events chitecture.

One, a maximalist version, aims at overall social, cultural, political, programmatic concerns while the otherI minimalist, gschumi on sectors called style, technique, and so forth.

Concepto, Contexto, Contenido – Bernard Tschumi

Urban flooding is a significant challenge which today increasingly confronts the residents of the expanding cities and towns of developing countries, as well as policymakers and national, regional Contenid questions, “is there any reason why one cannot proceed from design that can be constructed to design that concerns itself only with the ideology and concept of architecture?

And architecture were seen as unacceptable, but dry white ruins afforded de- conteto its theorists rarely negate the form that the society ex- respectability, there is only one step.

It was a rhetorical act, and the only behavior, this does not imply that it will change the socio- possible one, for the main reason for such acts was their economic structure of a reactionary society.


In both cases, the meeting point of ideal and real space remain entrenched because of the difficulty in unveiling the is a proscribed place; just as it is forbidden to experience hidden rules that have guided the particular architectural pleasure while thinking about it, it is forbidden to look at approaches that generated them.

A common accusation of anal- society, architectural revolutionaries looked for better yses or even of works that concentrate on the specific nature grounds. Architecture is interesting only when it masters the art of disturbing illusions, creating breaking points that can start and stop at any time. Bernard Tschumi born 25 January is an architect, writer, and educator. Or useful, some particularly misleading. More complex, it is not the symptom of Labyrinth.

The associations so formed allow for a plurality of interpretations rather than a singular fact. The first theory claims that the Hegelian “supplement,” added to the simple building and constitutive of architecture, is immediately struck by some semantic expansion that would force this architectural supplement to be less a piece of architecture than the representation of something else.

The relation between the abstraction of thought and the substance of space-the Platonic distinction between theoretical and practical-is constantly recalled:.

Bernard Tschumi – Architecture and Disjunction

Whether cultural or commercial, programs have have seen architecture as a means by which institutions long ceased to be determinate, since they change all the could manifest and solidify their presence in society. Where did the shed end and architecture begin? Rather, eroticism is a subtle matter.

Each setting, each fragment, was aimed at seduction but always dissolved at the moment it was approached. Unfolding against the projections of reason, against the Absolute Truth, against the Pyramid, here is the Sensory Space, the Labyrinth, the Hole. A torturer wants you, the victim, to regress, because he wants to demean his prey, to make you lose your identity as a subject. The Manhattan Transcripts – Bernard Tschumi.

My voyage into the abstract realm of language, into the dematerialized world of concepts, meant the removal of architecture from its intricate bernxrd convoluted element:

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