Para Utility Building
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pə-rā yōō-tĭl'ĭ-tē

etymology : Para+Utility
function : noun

1. A para utility building structure would mean the expertise of the architect to use the space in best functional use. Eg like one defined by Howard Roark, a character in the book “The Fountain Head” by Ayn Rand.

2. The prefix para with utility building gives special reverence to the architect if he/she is able to make the functional use of the given building in a manner, which best serves the inhabitant functionally even without the owner being able to articulate what he requires and only realizing that he needed this once he uses it.

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(Virkant Sharma 11.25.2007)
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