Message - Re: After 20 Years of Postmodernism

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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on September 29, 2002 at 08:57:23:

In Reply to:  Re: After 20 Years of Postmodernism posted by Per Corell on September 28, 2002 at 03:15:25:

We can see in per the thrust of creativity going for something. S

ome ideas are pushed behind to support enthusiasm for some particular views of providing construction. Many such men have enjoyed from time to time some success, and in fact one of the prevailing fashions in Architecture, that of bonemakers such Calatrava and epigon Vignoly, can be well traced to such kind of instincts. This is not at all derisive, in that they build and well (which one way or another is required to be done) and they have far more behind, as Per himself is starting to show.

In any case and as of now these particular views only can get hold a share of the construction practice, which is good for the contrary would evidently would turn human environmental excess, which is like to say that the solution being impelled by Per can't be seen as general, even if we may think is useful and interesting. In short, successful architectures will still require the use of impressive sets of ideas rather than an overextended one.

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