Technology and man: The interplay through an E-Age educational and training facility
Raymond, Curtis D.
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The response to technological advances in the aesthetics of architecture today is close to non-existent. There are many new technically advanced items put out on the market every day in this new E-Age. From cell phones to palm pilots, everything is electronic. The need for education and training in the field of technology is growing. It is this need that is the first stepping stone or bases for the design of this facility. The facility designed will reflect, in many aspects, this new E-Age.