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Posted by  Per Corell on December 17, 2002 at 12:06:38:

In Reply to:  Re: what r the major problems in todays housing???? posted by Bruce Jennings on December 17, 2002 at 11:29:35:

Hi
What you need to form structures that will withstand whatever, earthquake, winds water radiation, all you need is a flexible structure of self carrying frames, turnng into honeycomb structure when strength are asked.
The form of each volome is not the only issue, but the tool to create what you need, is there anyway.
Restand ray are turning the framework so the ray meet several frames in one particular direction, this way you can also make a 3D-H framework allow only cirtain sunlight or no whatsoever, by turning the framework when you design the structure, you can "close a structure towerds some directions, and have this structure open in another direction, then what do you think will happen when you place one with another .
You need somthing that is also faster. and stronger, cheaper and easyer, I know one ;))

 
 
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