Aizenman, Peter (Peter Eisenman) – American architect, author of numerous monographs and articles, a professor of architecture, one of the founders of architectural deconstruction and theorist postfunktsionalizma. House VI (House VI), also known as Frank House, was built in the first half of 70, despite the fact that at this time Ayzeman mainly dealt with “paper architecture” and the theoretical findings. At that he began using a basis of his theory in the development of pilot projects of private houses. He even stood for their numbers (I, II, III, IV, V, VI …), but did not mention the names of customers.
In the House VI architect manipulates the “net” as a basis of planning and entire architecture. The house is divided into four sections so that the structural elements are obvious, although not always clear. The house itself was an example of studying the real structure and theory of architecture.
By their indifference to the needs of the customer’s House VI has surpassed all other abstractions of the architect. Designed Ayzenmanom rules led to the need to share a bedroom by a wide gap in half. Moreover, the gap must necessarily had to pass through the bed of the couple. Instead of one there were installed two beds – it was understood that under no circumstances “victim” ayzenmanovskih experiments will not cross a “forbidden” features. The house was built in Connecticut in 1975, and for the unfortunate couple, this story ended in divorce.