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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on November 23, 2002 at 08:39:26:

In Reply to:  Re: Per! Here's your LEGO ! posted by Per Corell on November 22, 2002 at 23:44:45:

This is reasonable comment ... the ways of construction proposed by Per differ mainly in the introduction of closer points of connection and sitributed stiffness, or if you want enhancement os some parts of the buildings and ways of structural functioning, but construction being additive, can't be but obliged to fit (even misfitting woud be fitting, to the correspondent architectural intent).

In all, honeycomb skins may be used, flat or curved, yet there has already been some use in both ways in architecture and fabrication, and so is anyway just another possibility in construction at hand to serve constructive and architectural intent.

What is remarkable of the continued exposition of Per is his faith on these methodologies be quite comprehensive, and really at least partly could be ... except that in the architectural and constructive microcosm are more wills, realities, understanding and intents than those of any single architect, builder, owner or regulator.

Architecture is a social art.

 
 
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