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The third typology focused on the relationship between urban form and architecture. In short, the third typology emphasizes architectural form as part of the form of the city, and being said, it is more about how architecture makes its relationship to urban form.

Therefore, in this essay, the third typology is considered on its ow while the other two are considered together; Topology and Typology.

It is concerned with spatial properties that are preserved under continuous deformation of an object, meaning that a form can keep its spatial properties through deformation, unless it is by cutting or gluing. The concept of topology in mathematics broke the rule of Euclidean geometry that dominated the perception of space through centuries.

Therefore, since the concept of topology emerged, the way you understand a space became different. For instance, when Euclidean geometry was the way of perceiving a space, square space meant different from what rectangular space meant.

However, in topology, it can be understood that they all share the same spatial quality because the space is now about the relationship between nodes and edges that compose the shape.

In similar manner, topology in architecture focuses on the relationship between solid and void, presence and absence, and architectural form and three-dimensional urban context.

Just as the topology in math is about a relationship between nodes and edges, form in architecture can be understood through relationship between solid and void, which means architecture is no longer about how it is shaped in an Euclidean geometrical way, but about what topological properties it. This is how the space and universe are understood in math and.

In similar manner, may there be spatial properties of an architectural form that are kept during deformation. As Rossi argues, the architectural form is driven by the space and time, and therefore, it contains specific properties and meanings itself. Deformation of the form means that the original properties that the form contains are somewhat kept while it is responding to a new context.

It is a way of injecting a new topology in a city fabric, and therefore, when the new topology is being duplicated, the urban form can also be transformed without a new major urban planning.

Meanwhile, typology is addressing the system of architecture that can be integrated between elements. There is no clear boundary between elements; wall, column, facade, stairs and slab.

Nor is there clear functional definition of them. Facade is not just for aesthetics but it is also for structural function. Columns are not just for structure but also for housing programs. Introducing Dom-ino system, Le Corbusier manifested that the architectural system is composed with slab, column and stairs, and other architectural elements, such as facade and walls, should be free from this system.

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And this is one of the most important key points that define Modernism in architecture. Therefore, no matter how interesting a facade design is, if the constructed system follows the modern language, it would be difficult to explain it as going beyond Modernism. However, in typology, we try to find an integrated system that blurs the boundary between elements, and therefore, the first and second typology that Vidler defines become a single typology that explains structure, aesthetics and space of the building.

Typical housing block is deformed flipped to provide different type of high-rise typology.

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Linear block housing type of Copenhagen is deformed by responding to the context and function. It introduced new type of courtyard housing by deforming a conventional form. In Gosta Museum project, the original form of Altes Museum is deformed to accommodate circulation and views in restriced site.

Double Doughnut. For instance, in their museum projects, SANAA has a very clear idea of having independent gallery space as individual box rather than as a whole, and three museums they designed in three different contexts clearly shows how a single concept can be developed in different ways responding to the given urban context.

Unlike topological deformation, contextual topology is less driven by space and time of an architectural form itself but more by the way how form can be developed by. It is, in a way, creating a dialog between project and context. For instance, in a high dense context with surrounding high-rises, the form can correspond to the height of the context as one way of a dialog, while giving a different reading of the form from the buildings in the context.

Unstable form of the New Museum by SANAA does not only realize the concept of independent gallery space but also shows a unique reading of the form while following the logic of the context.

Similar to the topological deformation, it is also a way of introducing new topology in a city, and therefore, it has a potential to reform the urban context when the topology is being duplicated. However, it does not mean that one can be isloated from the city fabric.

Busan Opera House sits on a new landfill site where old informal fabric and new high-rise developments co-exist. Thus, where there is not sufficient land for construction, a new plane created in the air at medium altitude should be preferred to an American-style tower.

The facade becomes part of the structural system. It address issues of ornamentation and the semantic problem of wall, window, and door through patterning.

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One of the first breaks in th modernist system was the manipulation of the slabs in order to create a single surface that merges floor, walls, and ceiling.

The concept of the column is maintained. The element gets proportioned to accomodate a programatic function as well as a structural function. Columns are replaced by walls that can function as enclosure, spatial configurators, structure, and ornament. The slab is maintained and held through a stacking strategy by other structural objects that can hold programs.

By patterning a geometry in all directions, it dismisses the tradirional modern elements all together. The patterning forms spaces, structure and ornament as one single strategy. When discussing typology in architecture, it can be interpreted as defining the type of building through its internal programing or as having to do directly with the elements for creating space.

The latter interpretation is more involved with understanding language in architecture. Traditionally we can think of these elements as windows, columns, doors, walls, floors, ceilings, ornaments, among others, as forming the taxonomy necessary for putting a building together. In the early 19th century Jean-NicolasLouis Durand tries to classify the elements for forming architecture by distilling the most basic and fundamental elements that get repeated throughout a variety of buildings, deriving to his own taxonomy of parts.

This condition still exists today were elements are selected in order to form a building that follows a certain style, most commonly a modernist style, which gets misinterpreted as contemporary architecture. For this reason, it needs to be understood that the elements selected for making a building form the vocabulary for structuring an architectural language.

Our goal is to understand what would be the elements that form the vocabulary of a contemporary architecture, and for this we eliminate the idea of individual elements to understand typology more as a holistic architectural SYSTEM. Looking back at modernism, the diagram of the Domino System, breaks of the idea of typology as a set of parts, and introduces an architectural system.

The Domino system though, still follows Le Corbusier 5 points in architecture, and relies on separate elements to complete the building, therefore the system itself could be used for buildings of different programs such as housing, commercial, institutional, which get differentiated by their facade and their interior compartmentalization.

The system is independent of its free facade and free plan, which is a condition in architecture that we see up to date, which is why we question if we have ever really left Modernism if we are still using the same vocabulary of the modernist language.

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The emerging language of Contemporanism, relies on a manipulating the elements of modernism and the domino system: The element of the slab has been studied as a continuous surface in order to break the monotony of the domino system of stacking.

The concept of the single surface building follows this lineage of exercises. The facade has been studied as a structural element that becomes indispensable to the system. Patterning in the facade reconfigures the semantics of what.

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