Architectural discourse and practice at the end of the twenthieth century (Gilles Delueze)
Juros, Matthew E.
Master of Architecture
A flaw in the use of difference in the semiotic basis of deconstruction is exposed. The finer grained, flexible notion of difference described by Gilles Delueze is inserted in its place. Freed from illustrating difference as a goal, deconstruction becomes a flexible method of analysis that can inform a wide range of architectural solutions. Reinterpreting deconstruction focuses attention on extant architectural discourse.