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Posted by  Per Corell on September 11, 2003 at 12:54:17:

In Reply to:  Architecture --- Science Or Art Or Both?! posted by Harry PasternaK on September 10, 2003 at 12:48:13:

Hi
Nothing would be as efficient, to form the structure to hold a bench seat or form in scale so tight, that no seat is needed as one in 3D-H
There you have long runs with two alike section frames only the ends or a bending part of a long fit in bench framework . then the need for tools is what carry the vision , but don't try pin pointing the reson for wanting nice structures , here in Copenhagen there along the Liebskind exebition, is a nice rebuilding concrete Silo's project on display at the same time same building, even I did not like, once again to read the sentense " for office use" but better these unique structures renovated than more square glass. Above Libskind at the floor over, there is an exiting displayed project about the wonderfull inner harbour of Copenhagen.
Real sweet and nice, one factory like building is a very exiting challancing forms, danish architecture don't need to be boring.
You don't need any science to find out what art that is, I bet I would perform the absolute framework floor and auxileries structure in black or blue steel assembly 3D framework in any scale to act thru holes in a huge concrete ruin , you could even order the troops to make the holes, 3D-H work perfect for everything , planes boats or houses, reusing existing structures is just another challance.
Art is above the craft and "eye of the beholder" is nonsense in Architecture. Art do exist outside architecture, what's good about it ,is that you will instantly reconice true art. This is not so with science , just se how mesh entities is thought to be the only 3D building method ,science is many things art is one.

 
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