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Posted by  Per Corell on August 07, 2003 at 08:52:37:

In Reply to:  Re: This is not as Great as you say it is. HAHA posted by Michele on August 06, 2003 at 15:19:28:

Hi
No this is simple 2D steel fence, the pattern is not preparing any further interaction ,creating uniform 3D structure to form a happy house.
3D-H is formed from building element as sheets, cut the same way, but you will not se the idear or the pattern ,that from 2D form an interlocked structure with the abilities of a honeycomb structure, before you assemble several sheets , cut to form a 3D-H structure.
Architects think that is is strange to call a square cube structure for a honeycomb structure, and focus on that, proving the fact that forgetting what you learn must be a recursive process alocating space for great thoughts to replace the memory pattern created in a neural network , then when a 3D pattern show how simple a building can form and even be expanded a hundred years after first builded , it seem like there is to much emty space to be covered and no one want any quality within; no floors or walls no Detail even Detail is as you know what you start with ; these rabbits don't seem to care, beside they are just a side effect. Architects forgot about side effects.

 
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