contextual architecture

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contextual architecture. Also called Contextualism, the term suggests an architecture that responds to its surroundings by respecting what is already there, unlike Constructivism or Deconstructivism which deliberately work against established geometries and fabric.


K. Ray (ed.) (1980);
Tugnutt & and M. Robertson (1987)

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