Re: a residence

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Posted by  Isaac on September 20, 2003 at 05:13:48:

In Reply to:  a residence posted by mario on March 24, 2003 at 22:08:14:

Hello. If you haven't heard of me before, I am the first twenty-year-old to be accepted into the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Yes, I went to college at sixteen, Cornell infact. Back to the subject; This building has many beatifuil elements, i.e. lines, and shapes; however, it lacks flow and balance. When one looks at the design he/she might get a headache from trying to take it all in. I suggest that you simplify your concept and refocus your ideas, then you will have created what I think is what you were going for.

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