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Posted by  Per Corell on November 06, 2002 at 12:10:52:

In Reply to:  Re: Where did architects go wrong? posted by steve on November 06, 2002 at 09:18:11:

Hi
For once I don't agrea ; how did you get all those houses you allway's talk about, if not skilled architects know how to visualise this. Is this different than knowing the forms and materials, and being able to acturly produce it.
Where you risk to make a wrong choice, are when I tell that a new method can bring you what you want, a third the cost, somthing must be wrong, and it's not the method ; i build to many boats and produced enough code to say so, can't you se that the real trouble are conservatism ; no one simple want to _risk_ making money.
Now one single artist in the bottom of the pyramide dan hold a load of museums, and buisness , but what you fail to se, is that this is not _my_ foult ; digital simply produce cheaper and safer framework ,this proberly is the reson an artist not an engineer or an architect have the ability to provoke , but I still don't understand this ; my oldest son had his educations in groups all modern society change fundamentally and to be upgraded, he proberly will go from education to education, ------ why is it this count for architects, are they still bound with the russian strait edge ?

 
 
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