Re: Twins with underwater scene, but without tunnel that make it do sense

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Posted by  Per Corell on November 18, 2002 at 03:23:17:

In Reply to:  Re: Twins with underwater scene, but without tunnel that make it do sense posted by Maximus on November 17, 2002 at 20:49:38:

I joined this project, as to promote the building method rather than the actural designs, where the way I work with this allway's bring atleast two often very different designs, ------ now architect contests are not just about fancy buildings, but is also a "window" for a creative person, to show new visions ; this is what they say atleast bad this is not true.
Reson I say so, is that just before I joined this contest I particitpatd another one about It and Architecthre here in Denmark , and when I opened the jury's report, I found these words translated they say ;
"Anong all the suggestions not one single dealed with the actural manufactoring of the single building element " --- Now either the Jury was currupt or they couldn't read _and_ was blind , as the proposal I joined, was about "nothing" but a new building method ,that are based on exactly what they say they didn't se.

TRUE ; ------- I jouned with the 3D-Honeycomb method, and this jury could not se, that _any_ of the participant, showed a way to combine Digital and automated building block production , even I guess I repeated myself twice with each description of the method, the idear and how this show wider perspectives according It and Architecture.

Now the Playhouse contest was another one, where the same jury scarpped a project conssting of a multible of solutions, that "hands-on" pointed to a solution that did not leave a cold useless harbour, as how happened ; with this contest they scrapped the suggestion, while this was projected 3D ,and then they claimed that the arears was not documented on the right piece of paper ; don't this point to a bright future for Danish architecture, that architects don't even know about arears in terms of 3D models ;))
Anyway what you call a waffel, isn't that bad a design ,please check another angle at the link.

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