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Posted by  Ed on February 17, 2004 at 12:31:00:

In Reply to:  Relevance of Conceptual Architecture? posted by Sarah Woolley on December 04, 2003 at 09:39:25:

well, conceptual architecture is a kind of architecture created by Peter Eisenman which favored concepts over the built product. If you see any of his houses (House IV, V, etc), you see such things like a structure in the middle of a room, stuff like that, completely not functional.
This is different from having a concept. I suppose every creation has a concept, and it is itīs mais ideas.
:))

 
 
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