Re: Details of a different form language

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Posted by  Per Corell on September 12, 2002 at 08:04:58:

In Reply to:  Re: Details of a different form language posted by Paul Malo on September 12, 2002 at 06:00:29:

Guess this is what is wrong with perfectionism ; as soon somone pointet to somthing that is right, you will not work with a highrise building, before you solved the obvious problems ;))

On the other hand I am quite sure that by nature the form language of modernism could only yield what we all agrea and feel for, but then Im'e quite sure that the first thing we will notis when new form languages expand, will be the rich detailing made possible by technology and scrapped by modernism. How can it be different untill the style refine ; didn't Barok start quite overwhelming refining the expression into next expressions often based on new technology or new knowleage.

I think details are important maby we need some books ,some nice paintings and some real performance.

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