Message - Visionel

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Posted by  Per Corell on October 27, 2002 at 10:26:13:

Visionel are not the envisioned but the focusing of the vision ,the ability to do this and the means to control it.
Apart from others senses the visionell means provide a tool ,a style and a lot of more houses but the emaginatory parts of this process, do not ask natural vision from a set of eyes measuring distance and posision constantly , but offcaurse a house can't allway's be lyrics, at some time all the nice things need to show. why even do these models It seem I need to do if a new form language just will provide cheap housing and less space anyway.
The ability to envision rather than the envisioned visual representation maby, I just wonder what is best ; the envisioned representation of somthing somone would expect you to choce, or an possible good solution ;))
If somone showed a town somthing that look as a fake fasion will do, somthing just made to look would that then just become exactly what it is as an art insistution, Here in Copenhagen there are two, one each side the harbout, no tunnel inbetween, and a lot of cars expectet thru the arear where I live , This is the result of drunk Romans ,emagine they had had the pyramides;))
About the graphic, I know the first thing to do, is an application that narrow the arear of the beams, ----- please don't think Lisp are just like speaking norwegian ,buildings ask both curage and guts ;))
Have a nice day.

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