De-architecture is a frame of reference for questioning the nature and practice of architecture in the late 1980s and beyond. The term was invented because, as Picasso once observed, "Art is a series of destructions,'' and the concept of subtracting from an institutional definition to re-evaluate its purposes seemed an appropriate way to proceed.
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"Architecture as the Inversion of Architecture,"