Message - Re: Is Digital Design Desirable?

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Posted by  Per Corell on January 11, 2003 at 12:28:59:

In Reply to:  Re: Is Digital Design Desirable? posted by Nick Easton on January 11, 2003 at 11:41:52:

So Cartia don't bring a standard block representation of a standard Lego brick ;))
Now in the end the idear shuld be, that the structure are produced, then why is it, the true framework creating the structural framework , for floors, walls and aux. stairs elevators safety tunnels and ecape way's a third the cost in a new form language.
Now nothing is for free, so instead paying the next pyramide maby architects could profit from new tools, If you don't se, that competision acturly work, and there shuld be nothing wrong assembling a dream boat in your own design maby not quite a third the cost, but then atleast foru times as strong, is acturly just a side effect of a true new digital method ; what's wrong having a fifth of Manhattern build as structure ready for expantion with new frameworks, for roads aswell as pipes and car's. Then it's better to do it in blocks right ;))

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