Message - Re: Movement in ARCHITECTURE

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Posted by  ANNU TALREJA on March 30, 2004 at 04:10:06:

In Reply to:  Re: Movement in ARCHITECTURE posted by Fatma on March 29, 2004 at 23:43:52:

hi Fatma
I can probably give u an example of what Dean was trying to say. If u are from India, then I am sure u would be familiar with the city of Chandigarh where Corbusier has structured the city's networking based on the human body's circulation system where there is a central artery of blood flow. This is the main movement spine of the city. And from this originate the various sub-arteries and different spaces representing brain and heart etc. I hope u got some idea of it. Hey Dean, is this somewhat similar to what u meant: A metaphorical comparision or something.
Take Care

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