"The deconstructive philosophy of J.Derrida arises out of a fundamental critique of humanist discourses and their conceptions of subjectivity and language. In his own words, he investigates "the law which governs the desire of the centre in the constitution of the structure". The deconstructlve endeavour of J,Derrida is to "decentre" discourses, such as the three types of centring: "phonocent.rism", "logocentrism" and "phallocentrisni" These types of centring consist of binary systems or pairs of oppositions such as: speech-writing, nature-culture, good-evil, presence-absence, man-woman, life-death, being-nothingness, light-dark. etc. "In these traditional pairs of opposition there is no peaceful coexistence of opposing terms but a violent hierarchy. The first term dominates the other (axtoingical ly, logically. etc), occupies the commanding position. To deconstruct the opposition is, above all, at a particular moment, to reverse the hierarchy" (from Positions) While structuralism in generally satisfied if it can carve up a text into binary oppositions, deconstruction, on the contrary, has sought to undo them. Since one of the most historically virulent binary oppositions is between man and woman, the deconstructive theory of J.Derrida was applied to the theories of gender. "French feminism" which is represented by H. 1 xous, L. Irigaray and I Kristeva has developed it further in philosophy, psychoanalysis and literary criticism. Architecture also has captured concepts such as "reason", "representation" and "history" in this new critique quite precisely The binary oppositions presence-absence, tupos-atopia etc have been analyzed by one of the most prominent deconstructionint architects, P. Eisenman in his theoretical work and design projects. In this paper, the discussion is focused on whether there is a meeting point, and if so where, between the deconstructive theories of gender and the architecture of the houses designed by P.Eisenman and Fr.Gehry. Binary oppositions such as public-private, outside-inside etc will be examined in terms of the theoretical arguments of deconstruction on the "written" texts and design projects of the above architects."