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Re: Per Corell

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Posted by  Per Corell on June 02, 2003 at 14:56:45:

In Reply to:  Re: Per Corell posted by Ruud van Heyningen on June 02, 2003 at 03:30:19:

Hi
What I refere, is the process where the architect is bound in sketches instead of experiencing the full potential of modern tools.
Guess some architects will be able to explain the design to the technician who must translate the sketches into a 3D model but I am quite sure, that when architects is capable of using these tools, even better cesigns will evolve, ------- or shuld they be vorse.
I am not an architect, so the fasion thing don't bother me, all that is on my mind is methods never tried before and methods building a house at a third four times as strong as fasion don't hold an earthquake. Anyway with the method I progress, you have more freedom than ever ,beside even skilled craftmen is nice to have, you don't need them to bend and fiddle with the method I promote, I know the software as I am autorised app. develober , I know the limitations with mesh entities and why and how 3D-H is fundamentaly different from this, I know art as a social game ----- just thought architects wanted somthing new, like true 3D and realising that there is more than just one Digital technology. The architect you mention proberly is a skilled architect, still I am no architect but a designer who develob new building technologies.

 
 
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