Jumat, 20 Juni 2008


Separate from the design process, architecture is also experienced [1] through the senses, which therefore gives rise to aural [2] , visual, olfactory [3], and tactile [4] architecture. As people move through a space, architecture is experienced as a time sequence. [5] 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. Attitudes towards the senses depend on culture [6]. The design process and the sensory experience of a space are distinctly separate views, each with its own language and assumptions.
Architectural works are perceived as cultural and political symbols and works of art. Historical civilizations are often known primarily through their architectural achievements. Such buildings as the pyramids of Egypt and the Roman Colosseum are cultural symbols, and are an important link in public consciousness, even when scholars have discovered much about a past civilization through other means. Cities, regions and cultures continue to identify themselves with (and are known by) their architectural monuments

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