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Posted by  *s on February 22, 2004 at 12:49:02:

In Reply to:  FORM OF BUILDING posted by BIRVA on February 22, 2004 at 06:21:26:

Form does follow function therefore function and requirements will always direct the design thought, but you should not think in terms of which consideration or aspect is the most important... like Capra's 'Web of life' says all things are interconnected and all the diffent aspects will have a big influence on you design and they can not be considered or dissolved in isolation or in a hierachy of importance. when a problem is dissolved in such a way very important aspects will be overlooked... hope this helped.

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