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Posted by  kalpz on December 11, 2003 at 22:39:57:

In Reply to:  high-tech archtecture posted by Faezeh on December 11, 2003 at 16:11:46:

hi-tech in architecture is an ever changing terminology.Most of the times ,need based modern incorporations have delineated such buildings as hi-tech. In all such situations technology was in a position to provide solutions to contemporary problems.Of course their are futurist buildings which are deliberated attempts at being hi-tech.The future does hold promises for new materials and new means of construction and is inevitable.The pros and cons may differ from from building to building,but if we are to bunch all of such 'hi-tech'architecture I would surely want to see them work with nature rather than challenge it.

 
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