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Abstract

Ever since Robert Venturi’s influential book Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture, the word complexity has been in the horizon of architecture as a form of imaginative progress and cultural relevance. In the mid 80s and under the influence of the post-structuralist work of Jacques Derrida, the deconstructive project in architecture aimed to create visual complexity through formal collision, fragmentation, and dislocation of existing canons.

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