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Message - Re: the extinction of the nuclear family of the 50's -the disappearance of the front porch - technology what is happening?

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Posted by  BRUTUS on September 21, 2002 at 11:46:24:

In Reply to:  Re: the extinction of the nuclear family of the 50's -the disappearance of the front porch - technology what is happening? posted by Richard Haut on September 21, 2002 at 10:44:47:

welcome back Richard,well i did not see your vision yet on the effect of technology on livable architectural space,the human with his daily three dimensional interaction with space,Have we lost something thru our social evolutionary journey or it is not a tangible effect that we can count on it,what did you found in Nice architectural space what you found it missing in your home town,or the differences are barely visible,is our modernistic/postmodernistic architecture is really "architecturally" evolved,superior,more life enhancing,take the taditional american front porch as an example.....

 
 
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