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atul
Sat Nov 11 2006, 04:50am
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atul
Sat Nov 11 2006, 04:53am
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this wd b the last thing to hear from you himel bhai.
im quite not amazed to hear tht, as really thought you dint see that. but its really the d2.

not impressive.
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NEO
Sat Nov 11 2006, 02:22pm
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I admit there may be several projects allover the glob with composition beyond the general grammars of architectural composition. Even Luis Kahn did a composition connecting two squares at their corners.
But I strongly recommend learning and practicing the grammars and theories first in this stage. And when we'll be matured enough in handling forms and compositions then we should go for any further experiments
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atul
Sat Nov 11 2006, 05:15pm
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yes agreed!
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Himel
Sun Nov 12 2006, 05:42am
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1.Whicch glass plan is correct?
2. what is the genrer wall thickness and floor thickness
3. Which material should is use for roof in this structure. walls are concrete.
1163310156 294 FT716 Glass
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atul
Sun Nov 12 2006, 08:35am
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001comon. ... C obviously!!
002not understud.. depends on scale. if around 1/16 then walls shd b arnd 0.6~0.7+ in CAD.i do it.
003material will be primarily concrete. as monolithic, but cladded surface can b of wood. NCF. or even woven bamboo 'paati'. im not sure. what u wd prefer.

thanks for sharing. nice.

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NEO
Sun Nov 12 2006, 10:54am
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The C one is more correct for a typical glass window within 1/16 scale. But the middle line which actually means the glass itself this line will be thik like the wall's outline.

First two is wrong (for typical glass window) becaue the lines on both side of the glass-line are the lines of the seal level. Which are not being section lines when you cut a plan at 5' level, they won't be as thik as in the A and B.
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Himel
Sun Nov 12 2006, 12:18pm
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now got the point
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