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Educational Construction and Architecture in miniature (Channel)

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself!' started by Sebastian Morales, Jan 11, 2021.

  1. Sebastian Morales
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    Sebastian Morales New User

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    Studio Destto is a channel created by architects and engineers, which seeks to provide knowledge through the creation of scale models, where real materials and expected construction methods are used, all this in order to teach and entertain all public who want to learn about architecture and construction.


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    LW001 Administrator Administrator Moderator Wiki Contributor Beta Freedom! Member

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    Hey Sebastian!
    What I like the most about being on the Forums here reading introduction posts is that sometimes I get dragged into a YouTube universe I had no idea about, and miniature construction is not an exception to that!
    I had no idea that realistic materials model construction was even a thing and you had me watching the entire video wondering what would come next!

    How did you get the idea to start your channel?
     
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    Hey LW001!

    We're two architects and an engineer, we learned about construction at the University and why not?, share the knowledge.

    Thanks for your comment and we hope to continue receiving good comments.

    Regards!
     
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