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Message - Re: Mr Whippy versus Mr. Blobby: what's happening to architecture? Plus: what should win the Stirling Prize, but probably won't.

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Posted by  BRUTUS on September 24, 2002 at 04:16:46:

In Reply to:  Re: Mr Whippy versus Mr. Blobby: what's happening to architecture? Plus: what should win the Stirling Prize, but probably won't. posted by Per Corell on September 24, 2002 at 02:49:53:

Per it's not the endoskeleton vs the exoskeleton,whether should we expose and reflect the structure on the external walls or not,curtain walls are architectural bluff or not,covering surfaces with different building materials and high tech mediums.......
for God sake ,SPACE is the critical issue for me ,internally speaking and externally within its urban fabric,i see it myself like the successive incarnation in the mythology of Buddhism,you change your external cover(the human body) thru successive lifes and successive ages,but the essence otf the SOUL remain the same,the condition of your external cover depends on your ethical life pattern ,this is Karma!
is "Instant Karma" gonna get us as John Lennon once said :-)
or we desperately in need for Karmic architecture philosophically speaking?

 
 
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