That hits the target perfectly. Thanks!
25/01/2011Alvin G. Fasolin TommEsses anÃºncios refletem a total falta de Ã©tica da classe. E nÃ£o me digam que somos uma classe Ã©tica pq nÃ£o somos…Concordo contigo FabrÃcio, que numa situaÃ§Ã£o limite atÃ© dÃª para lanÃ§ar mÃ£o destes artifÃcios, mas eles nÃ£o sÃ£o Ã©ticos…Penso que o correto Ã© nÃ£o fazer estas ofertas. E penso que nossos conselhos sÃ³ nos cobram a anuidade e nÃ£o fazem nada… Enfim… assim vamos indo…abraÃ§Ã£o
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HHIS I should have thought of that!
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Thanks Johnnie. Though I agree there are a lot of examples of architects (and designers) with inflated egos, that wasn’t really the point I was trying to emphasize. My point was more about understanding both the role of objects in our lives and, along with that, the role(s) of the designers of those objects. My argument is that designers need to grab ahold of their part of the object (and buildings) creation process and use the influence they do have to push us in sustainable directions.