Architecture and object

In different ways and for different disciplines, graham harman’s quadruple object and jacques lucan,s composition, non-composition offer conceptual frameworks within which to describe objects and their relations with a high degree of specificity.

To do so, both texts recuperate vocabularies and terms (e.g. metaphysics, composition) that have been attacked in recent years, while at the same time, both advancing novel variations on traditional concepts in order to more effectively engage contemporary discursive milieus.

Discuss the pros and cons of such act of recuperation and projection for contemporary architectural discourse. Please clearly articulate a postion with respect to these terms and use specific examples to reinforce their arguments. It should engage both historical and contemporary projects and debates.

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