Message - Re: ArchWeek - What is the Culture of Building?

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Posted by  Per Corell on February 06, 2003 at 01:30:32:

In Reply to:  Re: ArchWeek - What is the Culture of Building? posted by Kevin Matthews on February 05, 2003 at 13:23:15:

Now I se what you mean and these points are very clearly described.
It is true that these icons don't have the influence on what is build in urban arears and this is the vorse critic you can place with these icons, --- museums that enforce the idear of art as a social industrie ,upside down pyramides where the one holding the intire pyramide of distribuators ,arts workers , museums , magazins , -- in the air, are the individual artist at the bottom of this upside down pyramide.
No influence on the urban inviroments is my critic, a concentration of arts as a social thing bringing arts into icons and sorry to say, also the quality of arts being a question about social skills and a part of the industrie.
This do not make Bilbao a bad piece of architecture, but the social aspects make you forget what they made in the soviet before 1932, for factories that's true, but isn't Bilbao a buisness shaped for the use, as well as a museum . An Icon but aswell a sad Icon of the expertations that never got a chance ,as anything as arts Icons.
-------- My critics about the building technokogy, would mean a great difference, but only when you se why I generaly critic high-tech as Decor ; this was not the idear and this is what ruin it all.

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