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- What is Deconstructivism?
- Louis Vuitton Foundation
- Interiors Design/Architecture/Culture Pellicular surfaces: pliant, transparent, and clinging
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Simply said, the design of an edifice is based upon the purpose it will serve. One trajectory of this axiom led to the array of glass monoliths that characterized much of 20th century urban architecture. However, another trajectory has evolved to recognize that how function is defined will cause the form to deviate significantly from orthodox trends of minimalism in design solutions. This book sets out to document and illustrate the effort to marry one of the most recognizable brands of high fashion and style Luis Vuitton with the architecture and design that was created to resonate with their brand. To tackle the subject, credit is given to four authors, each with an illustrious background to qualify their contributions, but, according to biographies included in the text, only Mostafavi is an architect as well as the Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
What is Deconstructivism?
The design for the building of the Louis Vuitton Foundation was commissioned by the owner and creator of the group of luxury items, Bernard Arnault, the architect Frank Gehry with the intention of opening a new space dedicated to contemporary artistic creation in all its forms. In Bernard Arnault, chairman and founder of the brand Louis Vuitton, met Frank Gehry, and spoke of plans for a new building for the Foundation in the Bois de Boulogne, the project architect excited and decided to collaborate to its realization with the idea that was inaugurated in late The city of Paris, which owns the park granted planning permission in and in the foundation stone in began the engineering and in the spring of the surrounding landscape was completed, being open to the public placed October 27 the same year. The building is the first showpiece of the Foundation. With a geometric design of straight lines and curves, transparencies and forms that constantly play with the boundaries between interior and exterior in a constant and perfect dialogue with its surroundings.
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If we define deconstructivism , it literally translates to the breaking down, or demolishing of a constructed structure, whether it being for structural reasons or just an act of rebellion. It is perhaps for this reason that many misunderstand the Deconstructivist movement. Deconstructivism is, in fact, not a new architecture style, nor is it an avant-garde movement against architecture or society. It is the unleashing of infinite possibilities of playing around with forms and volumes. Post war, Russia was undergoing radical changes and revolutions, and the impact of these revolutions on architecture was inevitable.
Published by Rizzoli,. An exploration of the dynamic and innovative architecture and interiors commissioned by Louis Vuitton. A prescient advocate of.
Interiors Design/Architecture/Culture Pellicular surfaces: pliant, transparent, and clinging
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The design for the building of the Louis Vuitton Foundation was commissioned by the owner and creator of the group of luxury items, Bernard Arnault, the architect Frank Gehry with the intention of opening a new space dedicated to contemporary artistic creation in all its forms.