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Posted by  Per Corell on July 03, 2003 at 04:39:26:

In Reply to:  Re: Part project posted by Justin Hui on July 02, 2003 at 14:12:20:

Hi
Guess I am more Designer than Architect.
I spended some 4 years at the architect school in Copenhagen and had a few profesional projects at the states workshops for arts and crafts , also in Copenhagen.
Guess I allway's would be influenced by Russian architecture and allway's will chose a dramatic view to show the buildings that you can se a bit "mashine like" , but It's been a personal Pony and the fuel for investigating CAD to the core , to access the tools I and many other designers thought would be there , with CAD back when I got my first 8088 P.C and an AutoCAD ver.2.6.
What you se in these graphics is the tool I want to promote, a tool that will build at a third the cost four times as strong while bring new technology progress and jobs ; this is I guess what kind of Architect I would be.
One who challance but don't have good social skills, one who can escape into a project being the most important thing in the world.
But I guess some of the resons for my bad social skills is the self-critics that I somtimes think the rest of the world shuld be able to restand and grow from, ---- so I rather be designer, as then I can focus on promoting a method , a method that is the first direct link to producing nice architecture, so this is also the kind of architect I am ;))

But what vorry me about the architecture, is that it shuld carry a promise and a trust in future , ----- for me this is difficult to find in CAD, except we realise that the new millinium also mean true Digital tools and a new Digital form language ; I find it just as important, today, that a project carry true Visions, and the direct link is in itself a vision.

 
 
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