Message - Re: does anybody knows Prof. Malo in person?

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Posted by  d on December 12, 2002 at 06:58:55:

In Reply to:  Re: does anybody knows Prof. Malo in person? posted by Per Corell on December 12, 2002 at 02:48:55:

I don't believe you scared him away...

Actually, your work has led to many interesting thoughts among participants in this forum...
I don't think the critique over your ideas is by any means over...

I would (as a "Roman"-no, an "Egyptophile") just say that in your work there is a certain lack of correspondence between the directionality of the overall form, and the orientations and proportions of the structural cells....
In other words, there is an impression that the honeycomb structure is simply an isotropic medium, esthetically neutral, and which seems almost frighteningly logical..
The structure almost seems not to require any human architect at all-

This may account partly for the tepid reception you received among architects; engineers , on the other hand, might be interested....

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