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Aspectsof Universalityin Modernand Postmodern

Architecture

HelenTatla

(Kant,Adorno,Lyotard,Derridaand Deleuzerelatedto
BIBLIOGRAPHY
architecture)

POSTMODERN
A. SEMINALBOOKSINTRODUCING ARCHITECTURE

1. Venturi, Robert, Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture (New York:


Museum of Modern Art Paperson Architecture, cll966).

2. Jencks, Charles, The Language of Post-Modern Architecture (London:


AcademyEditions,c/l 977).

3. Rowe, Colin & Fred Koetter, Collage City (Cambridge Massachusetts:MIT


Press,c|1978).

4. Krier, Rob, Urban Space (Foreword by Colin Rowe), (London: Academy


Editions,cll979).

5. Rossi, Aldo, The Architecture of the City (Cambridge Massachusetts:MIT


Press,cl1982).

6. Porphyrios, Demetri, Sources of Modern Eclecticism (London: Academy


Editions.cl1982

B. BASICS FROM AESTHETIC PHILOSOPHY

1. Kant, Immanuel, The Critique of Judgement (trans. James Creed Meredith),


Oxford: At the Clarendon Press,195211969.

2. Adorno, Theodor, Aesthetic Theory (trans. & edited by Rober Hullot-Kentor),


Univ. of MinneapolisPress,Minneapolis,1997.

3. Lyotard, Jean-Francois,"Answering the Question: What is postmodernism?"


incl. as appendix in: The PostmodernCondition: A Report on Knowledge (trans.
by G. Bennington &, B. Massumi), U.K.: Manchester University Press,
r9791t986.
4. Nietzsche, Friedrich, The birth of tragedy, (De Geburt der Tragodie. Germany:
Leipzig, 1872), Oxford University Press,2000; On the genealog,tof the morols
(Zur Genealogyder Moral. Germany; Leipzig, 1887), Oxford University Press,
2008.

5. Deleuze,Gilles, Nietzscheand philosophy, Continuum, London, 2A02.


C, PHILOSOPHYAND ARCHITECTURE

1. COLLECTIONS
OF TEXTS

1. Foster, Hal, ed., The Anti-Aesthetic. Essays on Postmodern Culture, Bay


Press,US, c/l983.

2. Willis, Brian, ed., Art After Modernism. Rethinking Representation,The


New Museumof ContemporaryArt, NY, c11984.
-Documents
3. Appignanesi, Lisa, ed., Postmodernism, ICA 4, (Institute of
ContemporaryArts, cll986, London),FreeAssociationBooks, 1989.

4. Leach, Neil, RethinkingArchitecture, a reader in cultural theory, Routledge,


London.cll997.

2. ON ADORNOANDMODERN
ARCHITECTURE

1. Heynen, Hilde, Architecture and Modernity, A Critique, MIT Press,


CambridgeMassachusetts,c/l 999.

3. DECONSTRUCTIVIST (Relatedto the philosophy of Jacques


ARCHITECTURE
Derrida)

1. Johnson, P. & Wigley M., Deconstructivist Architecture, Exhibition


Catalogue,QrlewYork: Museumof Modern Art, c/l988).

2. Papadakis,A., Cook C. & Benjamifl, A., editors, Deconstruction,Omnibus


Volume (London:AcademyEditions,c/l989).

3. Derrida,Jacques& Eisenman,Peter.Chora L Works(J. Kipnis & Th. Leeser


eds),The Monacelli Press.

4. Helen Tatla, "Architecture in the chora of Plato's Timaeus: Deconstructionist


reading vs Hermeneutical understandingo',2nd Meditenanean Congress of
Aesthetics,Tunis, 2003;publishedin the proceedingsof the congress.

(Relatedto the philosophyof GilfesDeleuze)


4. FOLDINGARCHITECTURE

1. Gilles Deleuze, The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque (trans. & forward T.
Conley).Minneapolis: Universityof MinnesotaPress,1993.

1. Bernard Cache, Earth Moves (trans. Anne Boyman), The MIT Press,
1995(written in 1983).
CambridgeMassachusetts,

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2. Greg Lynn, Folding in Architecture, Architectural Design (London: Academy
Editions, cll993); Animate Form, PrincetonArchitecturalPress,1998.

3. Ian Buchanan& Gregg Lambert eds,Deleuze & Space,Edinburgh University


Press,2005.

5. John Wiley eds,Architectural Design, magazine;many issuessince 1994 deal


with "folding architecture",with most important the follows:
a. Folding in Architecture, Greg Lynn guest-editor,1994.
b. ContemporaryProcessesin Architecture,2000.
c. Contemporary Techniques in Architecture, Ali Rahim guest-editor,
2002.
d. SurfaceConsciousness, Mark Taylor guest-editor,2A04.
e. Emergence:MorphogeneticDesign Strategies,Michel Hensel,Achim
Menges& Michael Weinstockguest-editors,2004.