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Posted by  Per Corell on January 31, 2003 at 12:40:59:

In Reply to:  Re: Modern Architecture Vs Old ideas posted by george on January 31, 2003 at 11:46:48:

Hi
You are quite right, in the end architecture shuld provide a world in peace, make human surroundings nice or produce a city, when just a house is asked. Today there are Digital options better than ever, the design tools possible with frame generating applications is just a part of the material marked and sheet material _is_ easyer than whatever. Still most top architecture app. are block based or stretch wall and spreedsheet oriented, ----- why even bother making it to numbers on a piece of paper, when the N.C. codes will produce and number each assembly ; this is what I find strange ,you can even produce upside down Pyramides generated in their own assembly framework intergrated within a simular structure ,in another scale or material.
What's wrong douing things modern ?

P.C.
Nice talking to you.

 
 
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