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Posted by  Per Corell on February 21, 2003 at 11:56:08:

In Reply to:  Re: Recreate architects' works - your opinion? posted by Richard Haut on February 21, 2003 at 04:28:10:

Hi
I live in a contry, where you se nice buildings all styles and shapes, but suddenly you se in some old book or by chance at a graphic, one double the hight build 80 years before in russia or Holland, ---- make me wonder how much true new architecture works, I acturly seen in this contry even ; emagine this and then Lego.
The cute old royal theater and the local main catedral was both copies of somthing done _many_ years ago -------- so was "modern" houses as it don't seem to be modern, doing brickworks anyway ;))
The true experience of a new artform is never as you expect Digital have been around very few years and with programs done how before Digital , Houses allway's be houses and if somone loved doing it, it will be a nice house, this is by design.

 
 
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