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Posted by  Ken on January 03, 2003 at 14:26:47:

In Reply to:  Re: Wire mesh structures posted by chunk on January 03, 2003 at 14:05:18:

I wasnt talking about Gherys building, I was just asking if Per' had ever tested his "Honeycomb" structure. Im sure it can be built, but this guy thinks its the answer to all architectural problems. He is about as far away as you get as to refining his method by which he insults us all and vehemently proposes. I agree with all else that you wrote. Architecture is dying, and it is being propelled to its death by empty concept Ghery concepts like PER CORREL. Most of his ideas don't even CORRELate, his fragmented thoughts are that of a pschizophenic sociopath. Im sure others agree, but in my neighborhood, we speak our mind, even if it means insulting the arrogant. The danish have a great history of boat building and woodworking. Most danish people I know are modest. This guy isn't.

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