Message - Re: Schools of thought on our Education??

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Posted by  aero on February 25, 2004 at 00:27:17:

In Reply to:  Re: Schools of thought on our Education?? posted by lemon on February 22, 2004 at 03:49:09:

you are wright lemon...there is a constant search for more and more complicated and ambiguous words. words (used from others, critics tutors etc) are one of the usual sources of inspiration nowadays in architecture, especially in students' work. but students dont have the critic's or tutor's experience of the real thing. they have seen little of architecture and even more they have built liitle. so it is difficult for them (us i mean!) to correspond words they use to express their idea with the real architecture they have designed. i think tht this is ok as it concerns a young student (1st 2nd 3rd year)... (before trying to produce try to reproduce first), but after that you have to find your own words and to be critic to other's words especially when they are architects or sth like that. and i think that language can be a tool for us as well as a field of inspiration.

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