Design 
  Community 
  Architecture 
  Discussion 
 

Message - Re: Where did architects go wrong?

    Responses | Architecture Forum | Architecture Students | Architecture Scrapbook | ArchitectureWeek    
   

Posted by  Per Corell on November 06, 2002 at 00:27:01:

In Reply to:  Where did architects go wrong? posted by Disgruntled on November 05, 2002 at 22:27:03:

Hi
Guess what you point to, is the fact that if anyone "want to build houses" , then they shuld not become architects but building constructores. ---- True as today main part of buildings don't requier an architect , acturly not even an engineer but only a specialised CAD appication doing Lego.
Still you will ot make architect bark about this fact, you will not evem make them mumble about fake facade of halve inch fake brickwork tapestry fake that cover clumpsy boxworks in concrete walls filled with emty bottles , acturly architects rather do a fancy music hall than a decent factory building -------- and even worse ; that when a contest _ask_ for visions about flexibility in building systems, that can make a building possible adabt the evolution within either the arts or as boring things as storing of cultural remains, _no_ architect seem capable to even point in a direction other than Lego vise.
So it is quite natural that those who build buildings are not architects. So the ingeneers they are the ones who _can , they are those who _do, and while art are a social game ,they are also those who _add the visions_, --- architects these day's seem to just copy what the engineers progress.

 
 
ArchitectureWeek     Search     Buildings     Architects     Types     Places     Pix     Free 3D Models     Store     Library

Search GreatBuildings.com by name of Building, Architect, or Place:   
Examples:  "Fallingwater",  "Wright",  "Paris"           Advanced Search

Responses:




Post a Response -

Name:
E-Mail:

Subject:


This is an archive page. Please post continuing discussion to the new Architecture Forums.

To post successfully to the new membership-based DesignCommunity Forums:

    1) Go to the new forums area.
    2) Register with a valid email address.
    3) Receive and respond to the confirmation email.
    4) Then login to the new forum system.



 

Special thanks to our Sustaining Subscribers including BuilderSpace.com .

Home | Great Buildings | CAD Outpost | DesignWorkshop | Free 3D | Gallery | Search | ArchitectureWeek
This document is provided for on-line viewing only. /discussion/23176.html