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Posted by  kulambo on September 24, 2003 at 08:30:58:

In Reply to:  architecture in the 21st century posted by honey on July 16, 2003 at 11:53:13:

honey architecture in the 21st century i guess will be different however not that different as what you might have been thingking, perhaps. it'll be a technological changes, meaning from its conception to the finish product.maybe, just maybe in a little less than 10 years. as we all know a lot of buildings now are designed with automation in mind, automated from the day to day use. even the design could be what can be called an intelligent building. materials of construction plays a big part too and the lifestyle of its intended may have this notion that 21st century design is that of the formalistic style of frank gehry. maybe?
because his buildings are solved with the use of computers, his materials too
! its not the usual materials that architects normally specify,
it would be light and strong..however, the traditional elements of architecture and theory will still be there...maybe. just maybe?
in the last part of the century, much of the star trek technologies and concept will play a big part in architecture..the only thing i am not sure is if scottie can really beam me up....

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