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Posted by  Justin Hui on August 20, 2003 at 16:38:52:

Hi, I was curious about the variety types of architectural firms that exist in the world. Examples include firms that designs and blends computer technology together into structures such as "James Law Cybertecture". Or firms that only seek to design a specific purpose with architecture. One of my ideas perhaps would be to start a firm that blends architecture and something else together to serve a specific purpose such as designing morphable structures or something like that. Perhaps creating a firm that blends not only the field of architecture but perhaps with scientists to create a new type of architecture that is led by the firm.
And what are the chances of profit by doing that? Would the chances of being successful be a great possibility?
Your suggestions would be helpful. Thank You.

 
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