fol·ly [fol-ee]

- the state or quality of being foolish; lack of understanding or sense.
- a foolish action, practice, idea, etc.; absurdity: the folly of performing without a rehearsal. (<= something we would never do)
- a costly and foolish undertaking; unwise investment or expenditure.
- a whimsical or extravagant structure built to serve as a conversation piece, lend interest to a view, commemorate a person or event, etc.: found especially in England in the 18th century.

ar·chi·tect [ahr-ki-tekt]

- a person who engages in the profession of architecture.
- a person professionally engaged in the design of certain large constructions other than buildings and the like: landscape architect; naval architect.
- the deviser, maker, or creator of anything: the architects of the constitution of the United States.

the folly architects [thuh fol-ee ahr-ki-tekts]

- a musical trio from Ulm (Germany) writing and performing guitar pop/rock songs about girls, philosophy, rabbits and elephants, and the future.
- a combination of british eccentricity and german efficiency, two guitars (or one ukulele or mandolin) and one set of drums.
- certain members of a musical trio: Elmar Heckmann (Bass, Vocals, Guitars, Mandolin/Ukulele); Julian Kuhnle (Drums, Percussion) and Ross (Vocals, Guitars);
- booking possible for events in cafés, clubs, music festivals, for birthday parties, weddings, private home-concerts, etc.

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