Message - Re: Cosmopolitan architecture

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Posted by  Per Corell on November 13, 2002 at 23:14:25:

In Reply to:  Cosmopolitan architecture posted by sean on November 13, 2002 at 15:42:56:

Offcaurse this it true but there need to be an idear reflectet in the design or the materials to provide this if you just add Lego without a structural idear why you do so your hope is limited to your mind and don't "ask" you to exoand the art house with a volume that fit for develobment in arts , -- then if it don't fall natural within the building method to expand a building it's just destroying the original design , but when the original design are projected to acturly welcom new frameworks , without the original expression disapear, your hope are true.

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