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From: "Hal Adams,AIA" <[email protected]>
Subject: RE: 4D Lives!
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Not much. Most architectural publications will publish projects
based on their overall design value. Very infrequently there are
technical articles dealing with tensile structures. The imagery of
high tech has it's followers, but a lot of the execution of high tech
projects is superficial. Norman Foster (who recently was awarded the AIA's
gold medal) and Renzo Piano are some current practitioners of that
aesthetic.
Hal Adams AIA
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