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Posted by  arki on September 05, 2003 at 03:51:00:

In Reply to:  Re: music and architecture posted by Per Corell on August 30, 2003 at 02:29:48:

Hello,

With so much thoughts confined only with this simple words... I do appreciate chatting with you regarding this topic and I do hope I could chat with you about other topic on architecture and elaborate our different ideas with only one perspective "ARCHITECTURE"... :)

Going back to music and architecture...architecture makes music and so with music creating the symphonies of architecture... Like the orchestras composed of so many intruments the guitar the violen and others with the one conductor at the center which shall we say harmonized or doing that stuff which the entire orchestra will be in unity with the piece being played...where as you said if one slams a door in the middle of the presentation the whole setting will be in a different perspective... so as architecture which compose of post and lintel be it simple or in complex composition, its aesthetics,the programming, these were the symphonies of architecture... as to describe it... and in the construction process there will be a different aspect or character being integrated to the design it will change the common thought of construction where at present it will be like the guggenheim, bilbao ... the use of tita nium as cladding elements and the irreggular shape of the edifice itself.... it differs to the common thought of contruction which just a simple verticality and horizontality ... so it change the perspective of the old design architecture to a more complex and exciting design ....


P.S. Do you have a software on "Standard Handbook on Architectural Engineering" hope you could give me.... ;)

 
 
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