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Were does architecture goes?
Lesson #01 : fragment

The modern movement was quite literally haunted by the concept of montage, mechanisation as laid out with Le Corbusier's "machines for living". Our era, the one post September 11, is more interested in destruction. For today's men and women, broken things, things which are shattered, are more attractive, objects which have relinquished an affirmation of their beauty in favour of a promise of beauty. This view can be considered as an introduction to the works of Christian de Portzamparc where the majority of works consist of an accumulation of dislocated elements which together evoke new urban designs. Fragmentation and dislocation also provides an entry point into the work of Bernard Tschumi.



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