Structuralism is an architectural movement that emerged in the mid-20th century, primarily influenced by the ideas of Team 10 members like Aldo van Eyck and Jacob Bakema. The movement focuses on the idea of architecture as a social and cultural framework, emphasizing the relationships between spaces and the community. Structuralism seeks to create flexible, adaptable structures using a modular approach, often employing repeating patterns and elements that can be rearranged or expanded over time. The movement has had a lasting impact, inspiring a more holistic, context-sensitive approach to design that considers both the physical structure and its interaction with the human and social environment.