The East Darling Harbour Design Competition was a competition held in 2005 for the large scale urban redevelopment of East Darling Harbour in Sydney. The students of UTS architecture faculty adapted the original brief for a design studio with the additional function of a recycling plant. I worked on this project with another student (Mohamed El Dardirey) to produce a final concept employing deconstruction as a design medium. The project began to evolve when two concepts from two students of different design styles were collided and manipulated to work in unisys with one another in both paradigms of architectural appearance and urban infrastructure. Concerning deconstruction, where the aim and message of architecture becomes the rejection of the norm and tradition. A revolutionary act against the fundamental concepts of architecture and language, as the theory originated in a philosophical discipline.