Derrida Philosophy is that people in western societies tend to shift towards Marxism. There are a number of collectivistic socialist notions that are embedded in many ideologies of the west. This is reflected in the architecture of the buildings. The scientific notions and technology conform to society esp. in construction of architecture. There is a lot of importance given to the aspects of technology and the scientific underpinnings. People tend to overlook the notions of philosophy and theory behind the architecture of the buildings. There is a need to understand about the principles of deconstruction.
Deconstructivism is defined as the relationship between the spatial arrangement of buildings and underlying theoretical implications. A number of nuances are involved in the constructions and pattern of the buildings. Derrida encourages the people to deconstruct the notions in societal events. In the field of architecture in the years 1980 there was a post modernist approaches undertaken in order to understand the ideologies of the architect. It involved deliberate careful planning in developing the final outcomes. The visual aesthetics of the building and the significance of each of the architectural piece is a significance of the architect ideology and societal conformities. It is a concept of controlled chaos that is reflected in the spatial arrangement. Phenomonology is the study of structure of events. They try to look into the theoretical underpinning of a construction from a first person point of view. Central theme of phenomology is looking at the central intention behind an event. They’re a number of nuances involved in these concepts. It articulates that a person beliefs and ideology are seen in the events that are occurring. Even though events and outcomes cannot be predicted the intentions behind the events can be expressed in the notions of phenomology. From this notion it can be understood that phenomology has a number of undertones that are amalgamated. It essentially amalgamates intentions of the creator and also reflects the views of the societies. There is a paradoxical relationship that exists between the concepts of society, intention behind the creator and the actual event that occurs. These notions essentially create theoretical underpinning behind the events. This notion greatly influences the notions of architecture. In order to further probe into the nuances themes and notions of theory Central Holocaust memorial in Berlin has been probed. The elements, spatial arrangement, societies and the central theme of the architect are deconstructed in this approach.