I'll agree that Gehry doesn't seem very deconstructionist. Some of his early works, like his Gehry house are obviously influenced by deconstructive philosophy. But what Gehry seems to have is an intimate and unique feel for materials. Rather than merely accepting sheets of metal as flat sheets, or beams as straight beams, he pushes the limits of his materials. When he makes chairs he crumples the metal to create ergonomic forms. His buildings look less like buildings but more like living organisms, a characteristic that puts it in sharp contrast with its relatively demure surroundings.