Message - Re: "Modern" vs. "Traditional"

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Posted by  BRUTUS on October 21, 2002 at 19:49:39:

In Reply to:  Re: "Modern" vs. "Traditional" posted by steve on October 21, 2002 at 10:01:01:

spatial axis of symmetry may exist in some "traditional" buildings(it's not a traditional canon),urban wise the organic grouth of the traditional buildings and their flow of spontaneous spaces,instinctive fluidity,spatial flexibility ,internal transparency,natural integation with the context and nature,creating a homogeneous urban fabric and aesthetic unity ,solid and voids rhythmic oscillations,abstract patterns,natural vista,this apparent relatively random spatial order can make Corb's Ronchamp Gehry's Bilbao mutant almost two discreet modern and postmodern samples that clearly tried to echo the magic of the traditional space!

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