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Posted by  Dex on October 26, 2002 at 03:51:19:

i was wondering...

how can u make expectation and anticipation of a space more enticing and unexpected?
how can u enter a triangular space yet NOT feeling that it is triangular? probably SPHERICAL (quite impossible) or RECTILINEAR?
how?
is the use of progressive columns useful in creating the effect?
anyone has done something like that or have any idea whose architecture i can refer to?


Cheers =)
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