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Engineer and Architect

Jörg Schlaich describes how the often tense relationship between engineers and architects in the past has changed in recent building history. He argues that form and structure go together like music and rhythm, and he points out where the dangers lie when design tries too hard to achieve effects. Self-discipline, a liberal environment, and a release from senseless rules, Schlaich argues, are all important factors conducive to creativity.

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DETAIL 12/2005

Architects + Engineers

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