Through history, architecture of a place has served as a representation of that particular society, reflecting the values, success, and eventual downfall of civilization over time. From the old ruins in our country we can tell a lot of its past. While the concept of shelter is a common simple thing, the style on which these buildings are shaped is what distinguishes them and makes them special.
Architecture is definitely not just a building. Everything from the layout of the space to the material finishes can contribute towards a person’s health, mood, and productivity. Architecture is considered a discipline that pulls subject areas like sociology, psychology, economics, and even politics into its circle. It is known that people who work in a better designed space take less sick leaves, are more focused and perform a higher contribution to the company. We don’t need to have scratch our minds to accept this fact. It is known that concrete buildings, without a sufficient natural source of light, tend to be a place where people are overwhelmed with stress. For this reason the relation between humans and architecture it’s way closer than you could veer imagine.
Even though technology will continue to have a huge impact in our lives, we still need to continue to understand the human relationships towards buildings and environment in order to keep a stamina and a balance when it comes to our mental health and the surrounding environment.