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Posted by  Per Corell on September 26, 2002 at 11:48:47:

In Reply to:  learning is a life time process posted by BRUTUS on September 26, 2002 at 05:04:59:

No, ---- my point was the opposite ,that counting windows is what is not what you learn as you learn about the academic issues in school but then the firms complain that they have to "re-educate" .

The whole trouble is acturly the "Lego way of thinking" then Art professors with a true right can say, that there are more to it than that and point to the academic issues. What shape architecture applications ,limit the creativity and at the same time the positive visions that point in a different direction ,Lego is Lego is Lego.
There are another kind of "Lego" one that work 3D true, and where a "Block" can be compleatly digfferent than all others, but still fit with all.
There are more sense in generating a full assebly framework in sheet material, than just pulling a vision of this from a standard lib as even as Jpg graphics. Sure it look nice, but how sqare is it not all way's. Sure you get your projecting, but this is totally different shaping the inviroment in 3D as self supporting framework , as boxes it that is what you want ,or honeycomb structures added from this, expanding the strength in the bottom floors with a factor of 4 if this is asked. This is what's wrong with you Romans, that you think a man can not set a goal ,within possible oppotunities ;))
Fact is that I se a few big architecture applications as "dead-ends" while that's simply what they are. producing easy reconised structures btw. Sorry how else can you feel, knowing what would be the result, if better skilled designers than I ,produce with my method.
Guess this is quite natural to say in my situation anyway ;))

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