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Posted by  Per Corell on October 05, 2002 at 12:24:03:

In Reply to:  Re: to create or not to create... posted by Richard Haut on October 05, 2002 at 10:38:05:

Hi.
You are quite right, trouble with the visions you have, can or can not by chance as you say, be the outcome of a stress periode ; bad method as it wear up people . Some people more than other, and my luck, is that I can refere my proposal, with the structures only. My vision about a greater perspective very easily assembled are no problem, then you just get an emty shell out of a beautifull structure ,but when anything are possible, and you can perform a 3 level structure acting invisible floors for service functions, buildings could become towns.
Please ; noone know what some student could do with a new form language, one speaking about making job's and houses towns and inferstructures , this need a structure Im'e glad my main objective are building methods, I build boats several years ,and know that a reasonable, low cost method making everything four times easyer then why stay banging your thoum with a hammer , when there are methods where you don't even need a nail ;))

 
 
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