Posted by Per Corell on September 17, 2003 at 04:57:08:
In Reply to: Re: Marketing the Profession to the Public posted by Elizabeth Geary-Archer on September 16, 2003 at 07:44:44:
Do you realy want a new attitude towerds architecture, that allow an 8 year old "Mozart" to compose the most wonderfull building in the world ?
Well the architectural world don't.
Do you want a "new" math. that can be grasped by a 5 year old, building with geometry anyone can understand with their vision, a complete new concept that work compleatly different than the software architects _think_ is top trend ,even the creativity is tight in the same chains of mind , that keep the world from a true Vision ,new jobs and a promise of a bright future.
If you want Math. as what you expect, it is already there. But not in architecture as how it work today where the master architect throw a few sketches as if he don't want to have dirty fingers and omit the options of detail with the creative process.
How this work : build with Solids the intire house, with floors and walls and stairs. Then press a button and from a simple idear anyone can understand, the intire frame structure is generated in a super strong way, that even allow you to directly produce the assembly for a whole building , directly from the computer drawing.
Now please take a look around , and ask yourself what kids can achive with the new technology. My youngest son learned to read and write with a computer, and when he was 10 he typed with double speed of me. Now he do so round 10 times as fast, and surely I got older but shuldn't we blame the architects, that have a mind that force an attitude architecture with no respect about what impression the structure of time will show ?
Please check the 3D-H building method, --- as soon as you can project your own small house, you will easily reconise the math. and understand geometrics at a much advanced level, beside be able to se the difference in Lego-Thinking and 3D understanding.
Which one do you think bring the true Vision.
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