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GEHRY HOUSE,
SANTA MONICA
Frank Owen Gehry
Mithilesh Mandal
DE-CONSTRUCTION
―UNRELATED FORMS
―ABSTRACT IN NATURE
―SMOOTH EXTERIOR SURFACES
―CONTRAST OF SHAPES AND FORMS
―LARGE EXPANS...
GEHRY RESIDENCE
― DECONSTRUCTIVISM
― RECONSTRUCTION
― LOW COST MATERIALS
GEHRY RESIDENCE
― FORM
GEHRY RESIDENCE
― FACADE
GEHRY RESIDENCE
― WINDOWS REDEFINED
GEHRY RESIDENCE
― INTERIOR / OUTDOOR
GEHRY RESIDENCE
― CONTRAST IN SHAPES
& FORMS
GEHRY RESIDENCE
― INTERIORS
GEHRY RESIDENCE
KOSHINO HOUSE
BY
TADAO ANDO
SONAKSHI BHATTACHARJEE
114AR0024
ABOUT
Client: Designer by the name of
Koshin
Location: Ashiya, Hyogo, Japan
Architect: Tadao Ando
Project Year: 1984
Clien...
STYLE
-CRITICAL REGIONALISM
PLAN
-RECTANGULAR CONCRETE
BOXES
-JOINED LATER BY FAN SHAPED
ATELIER
-ROOMS ALIGNED
LIKE LE CORBUSIER’S
MONASTIC
CELLS AT ...
DESIGN PRINCIPLES
1.BRUTALISM
DESIGN PRINCIPLES
2. ASYMMETRICAL BALANCE
3. NON SEPERATED
DESIGN PRINCIPLES
4 . SPATIAL ORGANIZATION
DESIGN PRINCIPLES
5. SCALE AND PROPORTION
DESIGN PRINCIPLES
5. UNITY AND HARMONY 6. BLENDING
TADAO ANDO’S SIGNATURE TRAITS
EMPTINESS
TADAO ANDO’S SIGNATURE TRAIT
TACTILITY
TADAO ANDO’S SIGNATURE TRAIT
MATERIALITY
COMPARISONS
DECONSTRUCTIVISM
AND
CRITICAL REGIONALISM
COMPARISONS
DECONSTRUCTIVISM
• Its reformed modernism.
• Reduces the overall level of
complexity involved
• Maintains a cl...
THANK YOU 
Architecture should speak of its time and place,
but yearn for timelessness.
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  1. 1. GEHRY HOUSE, SANTA MONICA Frank Owen Gehry Mithilesh Mandal
  2. 2. DE-CONSTRUCTION ―UNRELATED FORMS ―ABSTRACT IN NATURE ―SMOOTH EXTERIOR SURFACES ―CONTRAST OF SHAPES AND FORMS ―LARGE EXPANSES OF A SINGLE MATERIAL
  3. 3. GEHRY RESIDENCE ― DECONSTRUCTIVISM ― RECONSTRUCTION ― LOW COST MATERIALS
  4. 4. GEHRY RESIDENCE ― FORM
  5. 5. GEHRY RESIDENCE ― FACADE
  6. 6. GEHRY RESIDENCE ― WINDOWS REDEFINED
  7. 7. GEHRY RESIDENCE ― INTERIOR / OUTDOOR
  8. 8. GEHRY RESIDENCE ― CONTRAST IN SHAPES & FORMS
  9. 9. GEHRY RESIDENCE ― INTERIORS
  10. 10. GEHRY RESIDENCE
  11. 11. KOSHINO HOUSE BY TADAO ANDO SONAKSHI BHATTACHARJEE 114AR0024
  12. 12. ABOUT Client: Designer by the name of Koshin Location: Ashiya, Hyogo, Japan Architect: Tadao Ando Project Year: 1984 Client: Designer by the name of Koshin
  13. 13. STYLE -CRITICAL REGIONALISM
  14. 14. PLAN -RECTANGULAR CONCRETE BOXES -JOINED LATER BY FAN SHAPED ATELIER -ROOMS ALIGNED LIKE LE CORBUSIER’S MONASTIC CELLS AT SAINTE-MARIE-DE- LATOURETTE.
  15. 15. DESIGN PRINCIPLES 1.BRUTALISM
  16. 16. DESIGN PRINCIPLES 2. ASYMMETRICAL BALANCE 3. NON SEPERATED
  17. 17. DESIGN PRINCIPLES 4 . SPATIAL ORGANIZATION
  18. 18. DESIGN PRINCIPLES 5. SCALE AND PROPORTION
  19. 19. DESIGN PRINCIPLES 5. UNITY AND HARMONY 6. BLENDING
  20. 20. TADAO ANDO’S SIGNATURE TRAITS EMPTINESS
  21. 21. TADAO ANDO’S SIGNATURE TRAIT TACTILITY
  22. 22. TADAO ANDO’S SIGNATURE TRAIT MATERIALITY
  23. 23. COMPARISONS DECONSTRUCTIVISM AND CRITICAL REGIONALISM
  24. 24. COMPARISONS DECONSTRUCTIVISM • Its reformed modernism. • Reduces the overall level of complexity involved • Maintains a clearer analysis while attempting to reconcile modernist architecture with local differences. In effect, this leads to a modernist "vernacular." • Critical regionalism displays a lack of self-criticism and a utopianism of place. CRITICAL REGIONALISM • Its permeated post modernism. • Maintains a level of self-criticism, as well as external criticism and tends towards maintaining a level of complexity. • It is not an empirical process, it can result in whatever an architect wishes, and it thus suffers from a lack of consistency.
  25. 25. THANK YOU  Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness. -

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