We Should Bring Past Period Futurist Architecture Designs To Life In Holograms And In – D Models
He was amongst the first and amid the most ‘well known’ Futurist Style architects of Italy during his day.
Perhaps we just need to dream bigger, consider the ideas and concepts which have come before us, and after that take them all to the next level.
In addition in real buildings, inhabited by real people, or with real businesses inside, now this might give you some idea what I’m talking about, and with new materials we could bring the majority of these things to life not only in 3D holograms. Needless to say, that doesn’t mean in the future it couldn’t be, the future is not what it used to be. That’s all I’m saying here, and I hope you will please consider all this and think on it. Future is not what it used to be, and although that is a very funny statement, it’s also quite true, There is a famous quote that goes something just like this.
Not more than 10 years ago I been able to purchase a few decades of Popular Science and Popular Mechanics magazines at a garage sale no doubt.
It could, it doesn’t look anything like that.
It was interesting as to what the artist’s conceptions had predicted and considered our future might look like today, as I went through any one of them. Buildings gonna be built higher with less cost, less steel and concrete, and much safer easily able to comply with earthquake building codes out here in California, or the very difficult building codes in New York as an example. Perhaps the future with new materials it might as cars, boats, trucks, and motorcycles could all be flying vehicles instead -stronger than steel and 50 times lighter. Known it wouldn’t take much power to get them airborne, or keep them that way. I want to ask you something. Better yet wouldn’t be great if we could bring it all to life in 3D hologram models for all to see?
I wish I could download my mind so you could see what I’ve seen, to see those images, and how my mind has built upon them, actually, with that said, this article couldn’t possibly do that justice.
Most of those pictures and stories are still in my mind from perusing all of those old magazines.
Maybe you can look at a bit of those old magazine articles in ‘2 D’ online somewhere, I reckon mostly there’s a website that has a certain amount those old pictures and stories. Architecture Design, pt dot 4 -Antonio Sant’Elia, that depicts this famous architect’s drawings and work prior to his death, There is an interesting YouTube Video Titled. Actually, he was amongst the first and the most wellknown Futurist Style architects of Italy during his day.