FLUID ARCHITECTURE

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FLUID ARCHITECTURE

Postby nasir_bakir » Fri Nov 17, 2006 12:44 pm

FLUID ARCHITECTURE
IM DOING A THESIS ON THIS SUBJECT
IT BASICALLY IS ABOUT DESIGNING A STRUCTURE WHICH BECOMES MULTI FUNCTIONAL, SUSTAINABLE BY STRUCTURALLY RE-CONFIGURING THE STRUCTUREIF
ANY BODY HAS ANY USEFULL INFORMATION REGARDING FLUID ARCHITECTURE THEN PLEASE DO REPLY

AN EXAMPLE OF STRUCTURALL FLUIDITY IS GLASGOW TOWER LONDON
IF ANY BODY HASNT UNDERSTOOD THE TOPIC PLEASE DO POST IN SO THT I CAN HAVE PROPER INTERACTION
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Postby SN » Sat Oct 06, 2007 4:12 pm

hi m also a student doing my final yr in arch...also gonna do my thesis topic..i would like to know more abt your topic whic i can have an idea for my thesis too...my synopsis sub is nearing m jus clueless abt everything..jus dont know wat to do...it would be nice to know more abt ur topic
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Postby vinodevil » Thu Sep 11, 2008 5:37 pm

what is this fluid architecture..means...sir..could u please send me a pdf file or something to understand it better..
or atleast give me a web site address from where i could learn more about it..

My e-mail address is: - blocked -
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