Design for DeconstructionThe idea of deconstruction is an architectural design consideration as buildings can be designed to be easier to dismantle for reuse. This idea has extended to other areas of design such a product design.
NotesIn many cases, structures are partially deconstructed and then demolished.
|Deconstruction vs Demolition|
|Definition||Dismantling a building or product piece by piece to maximize reuse and recycling.||Knocking down a building with a overwhelming force such as a wrecking ball.|
|Benefits||ReuseRecyclingPotentially more quiet||Fast|
|Related To||Sustainable DesignConstruction||Construction|