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Wealth distribution and architecture

2005-02-11 13:55:07 GMT/BST

Architecture during the latter half of the 20th century was, on the whole, very plain. I've been wondering lately whether plainer architecture correlates with greater equality in wealth distribution. I don't have any actual evidence that it does. It just occured to me that it might.

It would be an interesting thing to study. You'd have your work cut out for you just quantifying architectural plainness. Please let me know if anyone has done any work in this area.

mupet

2005-03-05 10:02:43 GMT/BST

well been doing economics and business studies work and after the war there was the greatest inequality and there were very plain building built so yeh think you have some thing there

What a load of balls

Deamon

2005-03-05 10:05:55 GMT/BST

i am inclined to tell you that i am lost and this forum is where i am lost at, if you can lend me a hand to get out opf here i would be ost greatful, and the arcitecture of this website is nothing. NOTHING!!!