The product of personal choices and not the result

The Greek State cannot of course understand the importance of this freedom and probably believing that it is doing the right thing confuses the restrictions imposed for the respect and safety of third parties and the whole with those that touch the aesthetic freedom of the people. Man has a right to ugliness because he seeks beauty. For this reason all urban planning restrictions which were established with the aim of the aesthetic guidance of the Greek architectural landscape and Greek architects are paranoid and oxymoron based on a supposedly common aesthetic perception which does not exist and an architectural tradition which must be in development.

Are houses that have been based on these rules for years more beautiful Does the committee e-commerce photo editing that checks the architectural result from an aesthetic point of view necessarily consist of better architects than those who made them Are not all the monstrous ugliness that adorns the islands the countryside and the cities conforming to the dictates of all committees Why shouldn’t people be free with minimal practical restrictions to protect their neighbors to build and paint their houses as they please How much worse would houses get After all the aesthetic choice must be the sole responsibility of the one who will live in the house and the one who will design it which is again a choice of the former.

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But even these illfated architects should be given freer rein in the design of the akalesthesia because only in this way can the one bold and imaginative one spring up among them who will bring something new interesting and beautiful. Perhaps freedom has slowly very slowly developed an awareness of personal choice and responsibility. Perhaps freedom would open the door to a new style adapted to new needs. And after all we would know that the achalasia that surrounds us is at least of compliance with urban planning restrictions. Perhaps freedom would open the door to a new style adapted to new needs. And after all we would know that the achalasia that surrounds us is at least the product of personal choices and not the result of compliance with urban planning restrictions. Perhaps freedom would open the door to a new style adapted to new needs.