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A Study on the Kenneth Frampton's Contribution to Architectural Phenomenology

케네스 프램턴이 건축 현상학에 끼친 영향

  • 정태용 (건국대학교 건축전문대학원 건축설계학과)
  • Received : 2017.08.30
  • Accepted : 2017.09.21
  • Published : 2017.10.31

Abstract

The aim of this study is to find phenomenological characteristics in the background and contents of Kenneth Frampton's architectural theories and their contribution to architectural phenomenology. His theories reflect on the interpretations of Modern architecture synchronically and diachronically. This difference makes Frampton have more concrete direction for architectural phenomenology. Hanna Arendt, who contribute to form Frampton's architectural theory, introduced various concepts of Heidegger's phenomenology to Frampton. And criticism of image centered late capitalism also act as a background for Frampton to relate to phenomenology. Frampton emphasized the importance of 'critical regionalism' and 'tectonic' as a poetics of construction as the resistance of globalization. All of these have relations to 'place' and 'perception' that are main themes of phenomenology. Frampton explains his theory with phenomenological terms and above all things, he assimilates concerns of architectural phenomenology with critical thinking. In these aspects, his theories can be recognized as playing an important role to the development of architectural phenomenology.

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 건국대학교

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