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Renata Zabrockis
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"so nice to meet u"
Apr 24, 2010
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Apr 20, 2010
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Apr 13, 2010
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9.1.2009 074

midle age laundry= lavoira place for the comunity to have social convivence while doing laundry, or other daily services,with the pure water coming from the source
Apr 13, 2010
Renata Zabrockis left a comment for Tyson
"I haven't got too much time to work on the tests or images, but i know looking towards organic arquitecture and renovation are my best aims for the moment! i hope i wan work a bit to enhance this profil, tank you"
Apr 13, 2010
Renata Zabrockis commented on pameli kayal's group Architecture Diary
"Pameli? SORRY, the vibrations of the sound of a name is something important, thank you again!!!!!"
Apr 13, 2010
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Apr 5, 2010
Renata Zabrockis and Mohamed Abd el-hady are now friends
Apr 5, 2010
Renata Zabrockis commented on pameli kayal's group Architecture Diary
"Pamela, this architectural diary is something realy interesting, i wish us lucky and we can help other to have a new view towards architecture all over the world! tank you,Renata Zabrockis"
Apr 5, 2010
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Architecture diary is a forum where we share our views and opinions on various forms of architecture and buildings from all over the world. Everything that encloses on some scale sufficient for human being to move in, is a building.
Apr 5, 2010
Renata Zabrockis left a comment for Mohamed Abd el-hady
"Mohamed, thank you for your invitation, i started this page yestarday and i didn't have time to write more about me, i am glad you're be my first friend to on this architectural link, thank you, have a nice day, Renata"
Apr 5, 2010

Profile Information

Member Type
Designer
Current Position
visual designer
Current Employer/School
abessan
Website
http://www.abessan.fr
Interests
Architecture, Urban Design, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design, Planning, Construction, Marketing, Fabrication, Installation

about water

This picture on my profil is a natural pure water from the ORIGINAL SOURCE!
Yes, nowadays it does exist somewhere WITH water 100% pure, that MEANS we can drink directly from the source.
IT has also a great significance with architecture, wich is the source of our needs and desires!
We need clean water to live with a quality live and we need architecture to live in day by day.
The industry and financial markets are changing the way archictects see architecture, the new materials and the competitive markets are changing the way new generation of architects see the act of creating.Creative process nowadays is much more connect to numbers , profits and computer programs than with the creative process as well, it is all over the world, clients who needs brands to be distinguish in the social pyramid to show their status.
So who is byuing architecture NOW? Are they buying architecture or just realstate to fullfill their need to be under a roof? I'll come back soon! see you friends!

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At 2:35pm on April 24, 2010, Mohamed Abd el-hady said…
so nice to meet u
 
 
 

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