How does architecture change the world?

As architects, we have both the opportunity and the duty to produce projects that improve the experience of the occupants of the buildings. Recent research has shown that the healing experience of patients in healthcare facilities is greatly improved when they are in a building that offers a supportive atmosphere. Much as healthcare facilities can boost the patient’s sensory experience, great architecture can not only adapt efficiently to the individual needs of its occupants, but can also enhance the human spirit.

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Architecture has always changed the world, and has always contributed to change. Architecture has always been the precursor of change from the Bauhaus movement to the classical architecture through to the Renaissance. The whole notion of architecture is about modifying things and making it better. It is the architect’s responsibility to explain, make the developer his partner and hold the people’s hands responsible for the change in order to implement it. Architecture is the only art that influences relationships, individuals and cities; all the way from your time schedule to how productive your work environment is, to how well you sleep in the evening.

Architecture has an influence on the way we work. Architecture evolved from the human need for shelter, but now it’s a form of cultural identity. As the Internet and modern technologies bring the world closer together, we are seeing a more common ground between us. With cultures coming together, they exchange not only design concepts, but also the meaning of what design entails. With this, architecture firm / company can be a medium to get cultures together, and it’s quite a strong thing.

Last but not least, architecture is all about creating a good quality atmosphere, regardless of whether it’s a home, office or major infrastructure project. The space you live in has a profound impact on your quality of life; so it’s important that you make sure you ‘re in a good spot.

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