Inspired by Emigre’s magazine «Do you read me ?» (published in 1990), this diploma questioned the relevance of deconstruction today. Deconstructing is not destroying, it is about plunging the reader into an active approach. This approach comes in to conflict with the principles of structuralism, in which everything must be done for the public to understand the intentions of the author with the least possible effort. To address this concept, I decided to treat three areas in which this theory has developed: philosophy, architecture and graphic design. Exploring to the maximum the limits of readability, the more the book progresses, the more deconstruction principles are added (superposition, fragmentation and instability), creating spaces that disrupt the reading. This book works as both a compendium of texts’ references, but also as a playground encouraging experimentation. All artworks used were created for this project. The second book, explores photographic deconstruction, involving nearly 250 personal photos. All trying to disrupt notions of plans and disturbing the understanding.