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Posted by  noshad on March 25, 2002 at 08:13:17:

In Reply to:  Re: thesis: need help. posted by Sepehr on March 24, 2002 at 13:59:09:

i am going for something close to second and third approach, where i i am designing a zoo, "which can be define as a place where animals are appropriated into place very close to their natural habitat and mankind can witnessed them enjoying their makeshift home".
i know it is not possible to create a natural environment in modern city which are ful of pollution and man made changes. but still it is on architect to do what they can do. i think as in all the other area of life it is architect's duty to design something which can be place where we provide the visitor to DISCOVER ANIMAL needs and it is not possible for them to find in those zoo's which we find in our cities.

because some people say's that Zoo are sordid prison. so i am also going to search for this statement too. i try to develop some thing which should not me called a sordid prison.
so now i searching for those elemnt which make a Zoo sordid prison and those thing which make it a habitat.
i think now you can under stand what i am going to do.
but still i am confuse for it. that what should i call it a Zoo or something else.
and the habitat i design for them what should i call them i encloser of cage or some new term. if you have some suggestion please tell me.
i am confuse and searching for these term.

 
 
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