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architectural history and theory at the ETH Zürich by Bernhard Hoesli in 1967 as well as at the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies founded at the same time by Peter Eisenman in New York.55 In this context, the launching of Eisenman’s publications Oppositions and Skyline also made an essential contribution to an autonomization of architecture via the detour of language.56 Subsequently, Eisenman developed the idea of architecture as an intertextual system, which in the 1980s he gradually expanded with concepts and methods derived from generative grammar after