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Message - Re: ReaD OncE, FoR EveryonE

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Posted by  Per Corell on July 30, 2003 at 02:42:05:

In Reply to:  ReaD OncE, FoR EveryonE posted by MaD on July 23, 2003 at 11:34:00:

Hi
He proberly would get some attention, ----- but wouldn't a man from 1972, if he suddenly showed up, in the middle of the highway.
With a clumpsy example and in case you could se Henry Ford being an artist , what ansver would you then get ?
You must not se a building of some artist, as only a building. As if this one is an artist , that building proberly is a develobment or a result of the special mind of this artist.
---------- Doing what you propose, could just aswell make the thief a fool in the eyes of those who know about architecture, ------ sure an unseen design of Le.Corb will be great, but do we produce Ford.T. anymore or will a return to a previous style just work like that, asking us to forget the "debate" any structure build or projected is a part of ?
I don't think so, ------- but are you yourself avare, what the important issue is ; the quality or who designed it, as for me I don't care who, but I hate soaking wet ice cold steel frame windows and leaking roofs ;))

 
 
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