The Role Of Architecture In Architectural Design

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The Lady Gaga of architecture
EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE
ARCHITECTURAL THEORY AND CRITISM /MARCH 561

PRESENTED TO: ASSOC. PROF. DR. TURKAN ULUSU URAZ
AND ASSOC. PROF. DR. HIFSIYE PULHAN

SUBMITED BY:
MALAK BATRAN 145505

Abstract This paper describes the role of architecture in various urban settings through the scope of architectural design and discusses functionality from a different point of views. Since the modernist movement in architecture early 1900s and the building design has been focusing on expressing itself as a unique entity as an architecture piece more than an art. Buildings are now more expressive than any era of the history of architecture. They have also reduced
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Focuses on a generation of artists who can no longer follow the modernist dictum "form follows function"; as our model of reality becomes more layered and less concrete, that directs the inevitably that form follows fiction. Some fashion designers. The development of new models of contemporary reality defines that sometimes fictional as a real fact to make the form. (Deitch, 2002)
1.1.3 Deconstructivism In the 1980’s a new tendency was born: the deconstruction, which was also called “new modern architecture” in its beginning. It was meant to replace the postmodernism. A very significant difference of this style is that it started rather from an intellectual movement than from a significant building marking it’s beginning. The new slogan was “form follows fantasy” analogous to the tradition formula pronounced by Sullivan “form follows function”. an exposition been organized In 1988 by Philip Johnson which called “Deconstructive Architecture” which finally brought these ideas to a larger audience. It is characterized by fragmentation, skin, non-rectilinear shapes which appear to distort and dislocate elements of architecture, such as structure and envelope. Deconstructivists were influenced by the ideas of the French philosopher Jacques
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After all, what is architecture without functionality? It must be responsible at the very least to its immediate context and inhabitants. Environmentally responsible in one-way or another. The exploration of emotional experience does not itself have to become a histrionic scene, but it can be in fact a rational, civilized exercise. Despite the fact that both Zaha Hadid and Lady Gaga have a lot of critics, yet they have their own tremendous audience which making them keep moving forward and thrive. However, most of Zaha Hadid buildings are amazingly formed, yet it lacks a lot of functionality and also the harmony with the urban

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