The term 'Architecture'

The word "architecture" comes from the Latin, "architectura" and ultimately from Greek,"arkitekton". The term can be used to connote the implied architecture of mathematics or of abstract things such as music, the apparent architecture of natural things, such as geological formations or the structure of biological cells, or explicitly planned architectures of human-made things such as software, computers, enterprises, and databases, in addition to buildings.

We connected the term architecture with physical structure of buildings, houses and others. Its the science of designing, the art to create original forms, colors and shapes. A wider definition often includes the architectural design of the total built environment, from the macro level of how a building integrates with its surrounding manmade landscape.
The term "Architecture" is also used for the profession of providing architectural services and advices.

The authors we called architects. Architects are primarily driven by the creative manipulation of mass, space, volume, texture, light, shadow, materials, program, and pragmatic elements such as cost, construction and technology, in order to achieve an end which is aesthetic, functional and often artistic. As people move through a space, architecture is experienced as a time sequence. Even though our culture considers architecture to be a visual experience, the other senses play a role in how we experience both natural and built environments and ofcourse the design process begins by the architects view and personal experience.

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Minimalist Architecture

As an architect, you have been picked from your organization's top technical talent. Your architecture is intended to guide and constrain, imposing your best ideas and lessons learned on designers and developers. But try to wield too much power and you will encounter resistance. Wield too little, and you make no contribution. The solution is to take a minimalist approach to architecturesort out what your highest priority architectural requirements are, and then do the least you possibly can to achieve them! ...

Modern Architecture

Years then 1970s, while the Modernism and Postmodernism growing like an architectural style, some architects and non-architects found the root of the problem. They felt that architecture was not a personal philosophical or aesthetic pursuit by individualists; rather it had to consider everyday needs of people and use technology to give a livable environment ...

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