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Posted by  Per Corell on January 23, 2004 at 00:09:36:

In Reply to:  Re: Stripping homes posted by Ice Man on January 19, 2004 at 01:16:41:

Hi

First check how this framework, is sort of made "round" the windows.

You just need to look closer, ----- maby before you do so, ask yourself what other system make sure that there are exact same distance between each frame ,making it very easy to place a window frame.

What other "Organic" if that is what you want, and "geometric" system offer what you ask ? -------- Anyway look closer, there are acturly a frame around each square frame, and with this structure you can place glass in any opening you want, beside easier than any other organic framework.

Case this is not your option, it is easy to place all your windows ,and then form the 3D-H around these ,------- with the graphic I maby pointed to much to the fact that floors and walls grow as by "magic" while the framework is assembled, and that this make the "construction" much easyer and much cheaper to perform, but both windows in the more organic forms and windows where the building is formed "around" the building, is acturly a new and exiting option, ------- don't you think so , or havn't you seen this, then try emagine how much easier it is to project a building where the structure is based on an assembly framework in plain sheet material.

 
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