Message - Re: And it WILL

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Posted by  Scratchy on September 30, 2002 at 08:55:07:

In Reply to:  Re: And it WILL posted by Paul Malo on September 26, 2002 at 16:01:44:

Technologists know that people will not endlessly tolerate complexity. The goal should be to minimize frustration and maximize utility. There are architects out there that are so frustrated, they're just walking away from it all, which is a hindrance to the continued growth of high-tech architecture. The history of building is one of physical materials wood, brick, iron, steel, and concrete and changing technology. It is also a history of the relationship between building technologies and the natural and cultural landscapes. This relationship implies an understanding of the landscape as a visible record of human beings living on the land and exploration of the physical appearance of places.

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