Message - Re: World Trade Center Buildings

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Posted by  Per Corell on December 25, 2002 at 13:16:57:

In Reply to:  Re: World Trade Center Buildings posted by Richard Haut on December 25, 2002 at 13:06:47:

Sure you need N.Y. architects to provide the best ,as they proberly listen closer to the local population, still what's the difference building from vaste debri dirt, mixing up will filler concrete blocks just left there, what's the difference between a building structure in 3D-H frames, ready to replacement in 100 years, or any time, when you at the same time swap dirt volumes with the room you ask for whatever you pay.
I grew up in the worse slums in Copenhagen, halve of the words you speak was imported from the Vikings, way before you was born, do you realy think just anything cracking together shuld be better than a carefully planned structure, for a house, a street or a tunnel, wouldn't be better, than checking Digital building methods, ----the moddern ones those where you don't build a paper house but a framework right away, ----- well maby you don't need housing, but the future will for cirtain.

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