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Message - Re: Wire mesh structures (continued, hopefully not for long )

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Posted by  Per Corell on January 29, 2003 at 10:13:12:

In Reply to:  Re: Wire mesh structures (continued, hopefully not for long ) posted by Gary R on January 29, 2003 at 08:25:53:

Hi
You are quite right, what you need is to make a lot of money ;))
But this is the mean to do so, 3D-H is even easyer to control with recalculating parameters. Anyway even Gaudi had a buffer with skilled craftmen, who would hide whatever foult as long anyone make money.
If you think the graphics any percenteage would perform in a WTC build around, making the streets into buildigs providing anny more s.q. meters much lower and cheaper build in a Digital building method, still anyone expect getting everything for nothing.
As I read your ansver, the budget is so tough that you realy need to work to be an architect, still I bet making the graphics in forms for concrete ------ the graphics is just a fraction of the structure, in a true modern building method, you will have the option of a Digital building method ; ---- sorry this provide the actural assemblies and the method is different than the tradisional Lego model ;))

 
 
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