I rather think that the difference in the outlook and hands on
experience shown in the best and worst of these designs is the
difference between paper-pushers and people who get a real live slap
when they make a mistake.
I wonder why they removed the walls and etc., from the ground up,
leaving the upper structure more and more difficult, dangerous and
capapble of damaging the envelope as it was demolished?
Fair play to the previous failures though, even the crap house of the
century had a goer for a designer. I'd give him ten out of ten for being
there. The cutting edge can do a lot of damage and is by nature
difficult to handle. I am pleased to be one of the race that is famous
for producing all of these types.
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