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Bernard Tschumi Drawings 伯納德·楚米作品繪圖

1986
This fonds consists of three drawings by Bernard Tschumi (born 1944), an architect associated with deconstructivism, which beginning in the 1980s sought to fragment architecture through an absence of obvious harmony. The three drawings in this fonds are Tschumi’s 1986 competition entry for the Tokyo National Theatre and Opera House, which incorporated the notational elements of experimental dance and music. While his Tokyo proposal was not built, it is considered significant to Tschumi’s career. Deconstructivism was, and remains, influential throughout East Asia. Many of Tschumi’s early works are considered seminal to deconstructivism which, in Tschumi’s hands, also posited that the form of architecture cannot be dissociated from the events happening within the architectural space.

The Bernard Tschumi Drawings were purchased in 2013 alongside other architectural drawings previously part of the Der Scutt Collection, including drawings by Frank Lloyd Wright and Paul Rudolph.
Arranged by project.
The Bernard Tschumi archives include Architectural Drawing.

There are 3 objects by Bernard Tschumi in the M+ Collection Archives.

Details

Object Number
CA41
Archive Creator
Archival Level
Fonds
Date
1986
Dimensions
3 items
Credit Line
M+, Hong Kong
CA41/1

Drawings, international competition for National Theatre and Opera House, Tokyo, Japan

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