Architectural theory

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This has been accelerated by the technological advancements in the field that has further led to the expansion of knowledge of the design theory of architecture. When looking at the design theory in architecture it is vital we consider the newly founded styles of architecture that is. contemporary, post-modernism and modernism Looking at architectural style of modernism, it is a style that was founded in the early years of the twentieth century. The roots and good qualities of modernist architecture have been safe guarded and are displayed in Marseilles, France at Le Corbusier’s iconic Unite d’Habitation. The modernist architects were against the ways of their predecessors who had ornamental architectural designs. These modernist architects were of a rather different perspective of architecture whereby their interest laid creating space and structure exactly the way it’s needed. The design of a simple structure that had a structure of the natural world that surrounded them is a good example of how modernist architects thought. …
This era came in the early 1970s. Postmodernism was more of a blend between modernism and the era that was before modernism. This was due to the fact postmodernist architects had decorative and ornamental features and additions to their designs of buildings. This architecture was therefore an improvement of their predecessors although it had decorations and unplanned angles. Over the years with the advancement in technology, the discovery of new architectural ideas and concepts and ultimately the expansion of the architectural field, post-modernist architecture has come to be more modifiable and also more sculptural. These properties of post-modernist architecture are a response to the prior modernist architectural look, design and movement. The post-modernist architecture has over time transformed into a more profound, less rigid and sculptural form of architecture for example: the work of famous post-modernist architect Richard Rogers which was design of the Centre Georges Pompidou museum in Paris, France and also the work of another famous post-modernist architect Frank Gehry which was design of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. When we talk about contemporary architecture we basically mean all the architecture that was developed in the 1980s. However this architecture has evolved over time due to the advancement in technology, the discovery of new architectural ideas and concepts and ultimately the expansion of the architectural field. Computer advancements have made it possible the simulation of architectural designs which has shed light into conceptual thinking and architectural styles. These computer advancements have taken the theoretical thinking and insight into recent architectural styles to new heights and have brought up a