Sense in architecture


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First you develob and refine , the result being "H" and "T" "U" and "I" profiles, they come out in strait lines being the strongest and most efficient ,weight versus volume. Special building compoments develobed to meet the demand for strong structural members , refined and manufactored hardened and structured the perfect choice for a box structure. Then you start fighting the fantastic structural means, you want it simply demand to be able to form round buildings from it, you hit it with a huge hammer. You do so to fiddle it into double curved structures you bend and fight huge steel profiles that you manufactored strait to be strongest, you instantly get into trouble as this must be expensive and a huge trouble. Strait steel profiles and rounded buildings --- well as if the trouble wasn't enough you make it a goal to be able to fight the materials; first you make them extreme strong for a complete different porpus then you start fighting it as now it must be round and steel profiles is the only materials you can emagine.
Ontop you invent computers, exiting hardware and fantastic software that shuld be able to build at a third the cost four times as strong, ---- ofcaurse you start making it trouble with rigid steel profiles and instead of making the computer work on it's own term, you rewrite the oldfasion methods into strait computer code ---- then you brag about being able to fight steel profiles and making a building as just an emty shell by forcing and fiddeling.
Great sense wouldn't you say ?
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