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Posted by  Per Corell on November 12, 2002 at 12:56:34:

In Reply to:  Re: Marketting e-architecture.............. posted by Manuel Oliveros on November 12, 2002 at 10:05:19:

Hi
Guess this is becaurse you even "talk" about this as a possibility ;))
You teach your children into modern living Social life, and then you say that group activity is off-topic ?
I don't understand modern schools ; bringing most knowleage to as many as possible and providing good skilled young people, then you don't want to make money, as Digital are not even worth thinking about as we just wait for nanno, meanwhile architects dicuss how the Pyramids are build. This is modernism , Guess the top creations will be so simple we today wouldn't emagine, guess neanterthal didn't miss eletronics, life proberly was complicatet enough allready ;))
As you are quite right ; very few things acturly are in the way for making a _bunch of money ; guess each periode of the evoluation was the top still you need to control fire, to make concrete , Architecture have the ability to develob with new tools ,that's one of the few good things to say about architecture.
------- That's if what's on the screen, is what produce the actural building blocks ,not if the image of the architect don't change .

 
 
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