Message - Re: architect's with distinct styles that emphasize fundamentals of architecture.

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Posted by  gde on February 26, 2004 at 09:30:50:

In Reply to:  architect's with distinct styles that emphasize fundamentals of architecture. posted by kev on February 25, 2004 at 08:11:59:

i once try to design with fundamentals like kahn. But after i read archeticture (author david farrel krel) and chora, I asked my self what is become the fundamental of architecture? In a text i read it mentioned to carve also mean to endow with live and to build also understood as to embody forms of live. Crafting human experienced through manipulation of form, space and their properties seem quiet interesting. It like answering the term of chora, i used chora as a term to explain form, space and time. To explain the meaning of the place. There is an interesting term you could use as a key word, "the body is not simply that which to be contained by a building, the body contains the very generating principle of the building"

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