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Posted by  Wim Berkel on July 24, 2003 at 23:53:18:

In Reply to:  Re: LeCorbusier posted by Per Correll on July 24, 2003 at 11:17:34:

Jesus wept, what planet are you on pal?

errr.. no engineers make structures work maybe but thats not architecture is it? Le Corbusier was part of a movement that brought architecture towards where it should be concerning people/users. NOT ENGINEERING fancy structures that pay no heed to the needs of its users.

"Hey, these stairs are too narrow and our office is too small"
"shut up roman it was built using a 'special' computer program so that makes it OK"

What on earth are you talking about the Dutch not knowing anything about engineering? It was dutch steel manufacturers who have constructed the Web of North Holland with Kas Ooosterhuis using a file to factory process (ring any bells Per?).

And who do you refer to as Romans? given that the roman empire collapsed about 1800 years ago i assume you are talking about people from Rome? which makes as little sense as the rest of your ramblings.

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