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Posted by  David on January 28, 2004 at 13:35:48:

In Reply to:  Re: Future Architecture---NEED HELP!!! posted by Pete on January 26, 2004 at 22:07:00:

Either the future will be building from the scraps in landfills,of
cardboard and old car hoods and trunk doors like something out of Mad
Max or the Future will be Human scale and sustainable with renewable
energy sources like Wind and Solar,,and the houses will recycle all
organics to the Soil and be very frugal with water resources...there
are already many examples of Benign Architecture,,BioShelters which
respect all of our resources as a borrowing from our future generation
s and an honored legacy from our past,where humans have achieved an
understanding of our place in the flow of the processes of Life and
mended our schizoid rupture from all things Natural.Homo Sapien sapien

 
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