Message - Re: fourth dimension: time space and movement anf the line aas an organising proinciple

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Posted by  Donald on March 18, 2004 at 03:55:12:

In Reply to:  fourth dimension: time space and movement anf the line aas an organising proinciple posted by G E N I on March 18, 2004 at 02:59:58:

Here is one example of explaining the "4th dimension" and how one would visualize it in a 3 dimensional world:

You can try exploring a concept of a linear sequence that includes morphing 3-d spatial experiences inserted into the urban fabric...which would be forever changing in scale and image while providing the user with unlimited choices of daily life experiences...always keeping in mind that buildings are abstract pieces of art...fluid like ribbons across the landscape - Frank would love this one.

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