A STUDY ON THE FORM AND SPATIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF WALLS THROUGH DECOMPOSITION AND RECONSTRUCTION IN NEO-PLASTICISM (FOCUSED ON DE STIJL ARCHITECTURE OF GERRIT RIETVELD AND VAN DOESBURG)
The freedom of the openings obtained as the walls were separated from the
structure made the relationship between elevation and section an important construction
principle. In addition, neo-plasticist such as Van Doesburg and Rietveld tried to create new
forms through the composition of the pure surface(wall) and manipulate the walls to escape the
internal and closed traditional space composition. This study focuses on the morphological and
spatial characteristics of the walls created by the decomposition and reconstruction of cubes,
centered on the work of De Stijl architects of Neo-Plasticism.