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Posted by  Per Corell on October 06, 2002 at 11:00:33:

In Reply to:  Re: Theory posted by Manuel Oliveros on October 06, 2002 at 10:04:48:

Hi
As with any other art ,I guess architecture beside being an art deal with who build the framework. Sorry it's difficult to se theorie of distribuated holes.
Anyway if architects will control the generation of building frames this is bound to be a succes, not the fact that known applications provide what is needed for today's projecting, still things get a way lot easyer, producing the actural building elements then if this was just a matter about providing healty houses in local materials, how shuld technology reach where.
Im'e ignorant about forms and shaped, while I se things different in my mind. Why did you Romans stick to zero thickness surfaces ,when it's the interiours that make the building. Please can't you se it ; you melt new frameworks on to existing , do it automaticly proberly providing the best structure in 3D-H , what's wrong making money when you can even provide well, even case cheap housing made from local materials then what's better than concrete en patch pattern, edgebridge where you still have many alike blocks and a few with different edges, did you even know this. Grown structures differ from woven geometric defined extruded intergrated framework ,is not just one thing, Build from flat concrete strakes holding knees and floor support for several floors, make it so strong, it will hold a tower , stretch it several levels seperated but woven into others and fire will be controlled , do it drawing the structures ready for a test with a small 2D N.C. cutter. this is what is possible, then why is this not present , you Romans don't know your strength ;))

 
 
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