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Posted by  David on September 15, 2003 at 16:44:48:

In Reply to:  Marketing the Profession to the Public posted by Elizabeth Geary-Archer on September 14, 2003 at 17:59:03:

Most people see Architecture as something some Rich Egotistical person
did to immortalize himself in glass and steel.when one realizes what
tremendous drains these things are on resources,huge office buildings
that waste more energy than a small city,,and their lights are on all
night and the computers must have their air conditioning?stale air
recycled and recycled,dry irritating air,,dust on all the plants if
there are any plants..unhealthy out of scale,cold windows down to the
floor even high up...these buildings are not made for human comfort,
so what are they made for??,to intimidate?to make one feel small,to
Cow the peasants,to make them submit to the power of Money??Why?

 
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