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about my post written here: http://www.cgarchitect.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=8&t=000039#000000

about the subject of the architect as the coordinator of information flows in the world of IT nowadays. Is the day of the architect as the master at the certre of all things gone i wonder?

Remember i tried to raise some awareness/issues in relation to this a while back?


BTW, here is a very interesting article done by cadence magazine about the product called architectural studio from Autodesk, perhaps some of you planners might like it - there is a demo download available from Autodesk web site. What i did find interesting was, that students could perhaps keep in better touch with their design tutors, while spending large amounts of time 'on their own' doing design projects in college.

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