Architecture can change one’s perception of their surroundings, history, culture, and behavior. 

Architectural spaces have a profound impact on our senses, feelings, and studies, making them an important influencer of perspective. In the early stages of their studies, architecture students are prompted to travel and explore more to gain a new perspective on how to examine the details of each piece of architecture and its surroundings.

An architect’s perspective

Architects have a distinct perspective on the world; they see a structure or other construction differently from someone else who simply sees it. When they inspect a structure, they look at its advantages and lifespan in addition to its architecture. Architects, in contrast to other people, are not impressed by a building’s form alone, especially if it is nonfunctional. However, others may accept a building because its form resembles an object. After all, architects can see through a building’s flaws.  

As architects, they may anticipate a wide range of variations in the job, which keeps things interesting and new. Every time a new project arises, the architect puts himself in the client’s position, develops a fresh perspective for considering all of the requirements, and offers a better place and environment.

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A sense of belonging to nature 

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Architects are more drawn to nature and feel a sense of belonging to it since it teaches them a variety of things from which they can draw inspiration. Architecture can be considered a man-made object that is part of nature. With this view, one learns the value of nature and the consequences of not having it around while studying architecture. Architects are now attempting to incorporate nature into their designs or develop more climate-responsive designs to create a more sustainable environment

There are numerous ways that architects aim to benefit nature or decrease the effects of the built environment. Utilizing materials that are taken from nature in their raw or most basic form is one of the best ways to combine architecture with nature. Some architects adhere to the ideals of developing a constructed environment that is self-sufficient by employing materials that have undergone very little processing by technology and keeping them in their natural state to mimic the creation of materials from nature. 

Even today, we can build carefully planned buildings that can accommodate both people and other organisms, changing our perspective of the world. Various building elements attempt to welcome creatures into this cohabitation environment; an inspiring example of this is the bee brick. To provide nature with a place to live in cities, Bee Brick was developed. When used in place of a standard house brick or block, it creates nesting space for solitary bees or other small animal species inside the framework of a building. Bee Brick specializes in restoring even the smallest cracks and corners of buildings, thus creating a coexisting space for both.

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A tall structure or the coordination of multiple fields 

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Skyscrapers are just tall buildings that reach the sky when viewed from the common person’s point of view, but from the perspective of an architect, they are the result of the integration of many services and the calculation of the loads they must bear. 

Design engineers are in charge of turning the architect’s conceptualization of the structure into a workable strategy that won’t jeopardize its structural integrity. A skyscraper‘s integrity is more at risk from lateral wind pressure than it is from the structure’s total weight plus its parts. Their construction is a complicated task that calls for meticulous planning, design, engineering, and construction. 

Citizens benefit from public spaces because they give them areas to unwind, take in the scenery, get engaged, and socialize. But architects recognize the significance of these places as Public spaces and buildings are interdependent; public spaces require structures to give them meaning and purpose, and buildings require public spaces to draw people to them. The effectiveness of urban planning depends on the harmony that’s produced by the commerce between the two. Structures, thoroughfares, and other community features may also change with time, so designers build them in a way that allows coming generations to make use of them as they see fit.

Public Spaces

Each profession offers a distinctive perspective since in-depth knowledge of the subject can ameliorate one’s point of view. For a diverse field like architecture, however, it completely transforms the situation because architecture instills a sense of responsibility for the preservation of historical sites, the environment, and many more aspects.

Designers are apprehensive of their significance and the impact their work may have on their surroundings; therefore, they endorse conversational construction practices that apply to their locales and indeed use innovations that have proven to be sustainable. Professionals are also apprehensive about the most effective ways to use their generalities to make the world a better place.

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designboom, hollie smith I. (2016) Vincent Callebaut’s Hyperions is a sustainable ecosystem that resists climate change, designboom. Available at:

designboom, myrto katsikopoulou I. (2022) Multi-purpose bricks with tiny holes provide shelter for solitary bees, designboom. Available at:


Jahanavi is an architect who enjoys bringing ideas to life, transforming experiences into inspiring words that hold values, and telling a compelling and visually appealing story. For her, the essence of architecture is always creating an experience for the user that defines their actions, rather than simply building spaces.