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Posted by  Per Corell on September 16, 2003 at 02:03:58:

In Reply to:  Re: Architecture --- Science Or Art Or Both?! posted by Harry Pasternak on September 12, 2003 at 07:04:00:

Hi
I must ask you to exchouse that I did not directly reply on your post.
I know architecture is much more than great words and new steel or concrete and I guess those architects that deal with the quality, know the old methods and is cabable of restoring an old building, shuld rather be those, that outline our livings.
I also know that architecture is almost anything else than what I talk about ; --- the meetings, choice of cost of materials, what material is the most honest and will not cost the architect his persenteage when they fail, beside the historic issues, the knowleage of forms and arts develobment and another deep love, maby simular to what I feel about the future options, but bound in the qualities you can acturly live and enjoy, when you know the value of the detail.
I promise that I will go to Fiolstraede , snap a few Digital and upload them here in this forum.

 
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