Deconstruction in Urban Design

carey baker
21 November 2005
 

A paper which proposes a means of using deconstruction as a theory to generate a new understanding of urban design. Published on RUDI in 1997.

Introduction

Deconstruction, in its broadest sense, challenges the certainty of rational logic, the basis of the western intellectual tradition since the Enlightenment. By implication therefore, it challenges the normative conventions that have been applied to planning and urban design, for it postulates that reason is essentially dishonest, in...

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