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The profession of architects is completely unpredictable and it varies from every individual, also depends of type of exposure and knowledge in the field of architecture. Hence one is able to see the variety of projects, which defines the city. But being an architect it is merely impossible to negate the idea of separating building [...]

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Invisible reality

I might say in this way, without human being, where the shelter is. The special space is turning up because human need it for the kind of weather conditions. Therefore, to mu mind, I can not totally separate from the that infrastructure of cities and mobility of transit. As an architect, I still believe that [...]

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Humanity, Order, and Balance

“Within each of us is the ability to distinguish music from noise, poetry from drivel. In art we sense the presence of an order that is linked to the soul of man.  The human eye and thus the soul is able to discern sensitivity and thoughtfulness in a work.  It is when those substantial traces [...]

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Vision creating value

The Employee There is an invisible ghost in economic values, wich you cannot experience every second but in the end you feel its impacts somehow. Cannot see it because it in the 4th dimension: “TIME”. It makes you magically save money, or evaporates money. You get your salary, the beginning of the month you see [...]

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Do you believe in a Utopic world? Yes, I do

  “Utopia” Courtesy of:  http://uncopy.net/tag/utopiadystopia/   Do you actually believe you can separate buildings out from the infrastructure of cities and mobility of transit and the expectations and incentives of people? Why do people tend to believe that what is financially profitable (for developers) is not actually equivalent to economically feasible (positive impacts on social [...]

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