Building According to Law

"God's law deals lovingly and tenderly withthose who obey it"

If an architect imperfectly understood the laws of architectonics, he could hardly design an edifice capable of withstanding the test of time, gravitation, and the elements. An architect is expected to know the bearing power of masonry, concrete, wood, whatever building materials he chooses. He should be able to balance vertical pressures with horizontal or diagonal thrusts. In short, without having an understanding of architectural law in his thinking, he could not successfully prepare plans and specifications for the building of an edifice.

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