Message - Re: Threading the Thresholds of reality and surreality

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Posted by  Per Corell on November 21, 2002 at 02:23:11:

In Reply to:  Threading the Thresholds of reality and surreality posted by Puff Man on November 20, 2002 at 18:34:42:

I can only comment on the fact, that working with a set of tools, these are the ones you know . What the programmer put into the box will be your choices ,then hopefully the programmer know the direction architecture will expand ,place the innovative means to be innovated but the architect using it ;
Acturly this allready happened, in a contests where a jury called it innovative when an architect formed a fancy entrance from standard entities within the _new features_ in a program . The jury just didn't know CAD programs and found this very fancy looking, then it were innovative.
Realy I think that today it must be a realy demanding task, to come up with somthing, that is true innovative ; somthing that can compeed with the box , somthing with wider perspectives now CAD blinded anyone to think ,that creativity are within a box.
Lego rule, and then you need Lego to produce a new block to get somthing new ; this is the consequence of Lego thinking.

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